The issue in waiting until April 15, 2015 to fund 2014′s IRA contributions is that you’re losing up to 15 months’ worth of investment returns.
The Roth IRA and the Roth 401(k) are funded with after-tax dollars, but qualified distributions are tax-free in retirement.
Read the fine print when you work with your investment professional. While they tend to be knowledgeable about taxes, there’s a disclaimer somewhere that they aren’t providing you tax advice.
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If you’re a baby boomer like me, you’re worrying a bit more every day about when — or whether — you’ll be able to retire.
Here are a couple of fine points of retirement planning tax management. Your accountant probably knows all of this, but if you’re the do-it-yourself type or you have a tax preparer who’s new to you, this might be helpful.
CPA Tim Steffen, who is director of financial planning for Robert W. Baird in Milwaukee, says it’s important to keep track of any nondeductible contributions you might have made to a traditional IRA.
Steffen says that while nondeductible contributions have no impact on your tax liability in the year they are made, if you don’t report these contributions on your return using Form 8606, it’s more difficult to …