Did you know you can set up a new retirement plan before you file taxes and still make contributions for 2020?
If you already have an IRA or Solo 401k plan, you can still make contributions for 2020…even in 2021.
We covered the SECURE Act on a recent webinar, and many of you still have questions about this interesting piece of legislation. John Hyre is a highly regarded attorney and accountant in the self-directed industry and we had a great time with him on this training.
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act (SECURE Act) became law in December 2019. On this training with John, we dug into a couple important aspects of the Act.
What We Cover:
- How to make 2020 IRA and 401k contributions, even in 2021
- How to take RMDs starting at age 72 (and potentially 75)
- Stretch IRA and Inherited IRA provisions
- BONUS: How the Solo 401k can avoid UBIT
How to Make 2020 IRA and 401k Contributions: Training with John Hyre
Learn Live and In-Person with John Hyre
John Hyre is a tax attorney with 22 years of experience. His virtual practice caters to real estate investors, small businesses, and self-directed IRA/401k investors all over the US.
John provides extensive planning, structuring, tax-reduction and asset protection services. He also represents taxpayers in audits & Tax Court, and assists taxpayers who owe the IRS money. John also speaks nationwide on the taxation of real estate and SDIRA’s/401k’s.
Interested in working more with John?