Financial advisors, tax professionals, and individuals who support IRAs and employer plans (employees of financial institutions who answers questions about and handle transactions for IRAs and employer plans)
Since becoming available in 1998, Roth accounts have become increasingly popular. This is primarily because of the opportunity for tax-free distributions; unlike traditional accounts, for which tax-deferred amounts would be taxable when distributed. Those who want to take advantage of Roth accounts should understand the different ways in which contributions can be made, the different types of contributions, and limitations that apply to such contributions.
Individual webcastCPE Credit:
This course is being offered by a 3rd party vendor and will not be accessible on your My CPE page. Webinar access information will be emailed directly to you by Surgent McCoy.