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ABLE Accounts – Saving for Future Qualified Disability Expenses
There is a relatively new planning technique in Florida that allows persons who were disabled before age 26 to save for future qualified disability expenses. These savings accounts are called ABLE Accounts. It all started in December 2014 when The Stephen Beck, Jr. Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act was enacted by Congress. The […]read more >
QDRO for Married Couples without Divorce: Pay Less Taxes/Other Benefits Part 2
A few weeks ago, we introduced a novel planning concept; the marital “Qualified Domestic Relations Order” (QDRO). Most people associate a QDRO with divorce, but divorce is not required to take advantage of this planning technique. The ERISA laws made an exception for early withdrawal penalties with the QDRO. As we know, an ERISA type […]read more >
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