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Here’s what you’ll learn in today’s episode:
Advanced Charitable Giving
- How to use Charitable Gift Funds like a pro
- How to give a larger gift to charity and get a larger tax deduction
- What a “QCD” is and why every non-profit, church, and person over 70 needs to know about it
HSA Fund and Hold
- 3 Ways to Use an HSA (and how most people miss best one)
- The powerful HSA strategy only 4% of people are taking advantage of
- What happens to your HSA if you pass away
- How to get the tax advantage of a Roth IRA in spite of the income limit
- The one “catch” to Roth Conversions
- A flow chart that lets you know if Roth Conversions are right for you
Mega Roth Conversions
- How to contribute $50,000 a year to a Roth IRA (We know it sounds crazy!)
Resources and Research Cited in this Episode
- IRS Bulletin (Covering HSA rules)
- Health Savings Account Balances, Contributions, Distributions, and Other Vital Statistics, 2017: Statistics From the EBRI HSA Database
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