How Different Retirement Options are Taxed

Retirement income streams from different investment options, meaning every option is subject to their unique tax treatment. It has since been standard practice to ensure that taxable accounts are the first options from which to draw retirement income, followed by tax-deferred accounts, and lastly the Roth options. The reasons for this standard strategy is informed by the different tax treatments that apply to these accounts.

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Rules and Regulations for Roth IRAs

Late last year, the IRS updated rules and regulations for Roth IRAs applicable in 2017. The new rules for Roth IRA were formulated using reviewed data from recent economic statistical figures, including national economic indicators, such as inflation. However, there are minimal but significant changes in the 2017 rules and regulations from 2016.

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