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IRS Issues Guidance on Employer 401(k) plan Rollovers to Roth IRA Accounts

The Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance for employers whose 401(k) plans offer Roth IRA accounts for the rules governing rollovers by participants younger than retirement age. The key part of the IRS guidelines explains that any rollover made before a participant reaches age 59½ must be…

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Decision on 2013 Tax Extenders Like to Happen by Spring 2014

House GOP leaders are unlikely to make a decision on whether to retroactively pass a group of expiring individual and business tax incentives until next spring, a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee said on December 12. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Mass., speaking at…

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3 Things to Monitor in 2014 for your Tax Planning

As we begin the New Year, there are three priority areas that are critical to monitor and keep abreast of: The Affordable Care Act; the Defense of Marriage Act; and IRS activity. While these are areas of interest that many businesses are already familiar with, 2014 is…

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