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Should I Pay-off My Mortgage With Tax-deferred Dollars?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 25, 2017 9:25:10 AM / by Senior Tax Advisory Group posted in 401k, Retirement Planning, tax-deferred, mortgage, mortgage interest

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This is a question that comes up often in meetings with clients and not one that can necessarily be answered easily.  There‚Äôs not a one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to paying off your mortgage.  Many different things need to be considered and your situation can be very different from the friend you were talking to over lunch that said they just paid off their mortgage and are enjoying not having to make that payment every month.  You especially need to be careful if you are considering using tax-deferred dollars from your retirement accounts!

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IRS Forms You may receive associated with your Annuity

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 27, 2017 8:16:05 AM / by Senior Tax Advisory Group posted in IRS, IRA, Required Minimum Distributions, Taxes, IRS tax forms, Annuity

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When you get something from the IRS it can be scary.  Anything to do with taxes and the government can be daunting at times especially when you receive a form in the mail and you are not sure what it is all about.  So we thought it would be a great idea to share some helpful information about a couple of standard forms you may receive associated with your Annuity.  Those two forms are 5498 and 1099-R.

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Long Term Care Facts You Need to Know

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 14, 2017 8:00:00 AM / by Senior Tax Advisory Group posted in Long Term Care, Long Term Care Insurance, Retirement Planning, Long Term Planning, Risk Management, Life Insurance, Short Term Care Insurance

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Recently I had the opportunity to meet with a most wonderful lady.  Unfortunately it was not under the greatest of circumstances.  In the couple of months prior to our meeting her husband had suffered a heart attack and while in the hospital suffered a stroke.  At the time of our first meeting he was showing good signs of recovering to the point of not needing a great deal of assistance.  Unfortunately that did not continue.

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