How the SECURE Act 2.0 Changes Retirement Planning (Ep. 74)

How the SECURE Act 2.0 Changes Retirement Planning (Ep. 74)

When the SECURE Act was first rolled out, clients were eager to learn more about the benefits they could receive. With the latest updates to the SECURE Act entering quietly, financial advisors and their clients might need to learn how to leverage these tools in the best way possible.

In this episode, Royal Standley focuses on the major points of the SECURE Act 2.0 that might affect most people and what this bill could mean from a planning standpoint. Royal reveals some of the updates to retirement planning tools that financial planners or clients may not have noticed yet and their role in boosting retirement income.

Royal discusses:

  • How the SECURE Act 2.0 impacts the required minimum distribution during retirement
  • The role of college saving 529 plans in financial planning
  • What bonus individuals receive between the ages 60 and 63 due to the Secure Act updates
  • How to gain a boost in retirement income along with a tax credit through an IRA
  • And more

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Discussions in this show are for educational purposes only. Information presented should not be considered specific investment advice or a recommendation to take any particular course of action.  Always consult with a financial professional regarding your personal situation before making financial decisions. The views and opinions expressed are based on current economic and market conditions and are subject to change.  All investing involves risk, including the potential for loss of principal.  Securities offered through United Planners Financial Services (UP), Member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory Services offered through Oregon Pacific Financial Advisors, Inc. (OPFA). OPFA & UP are independent companies. Neither OPFA nor UP offers tax or legal advice.

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