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How Does A Roth Avoid Taxes On Your Retirement Income?

November 30, 2022

Looking ahead to your future retirement coming up with forms of income that are not taxable is very beneficial. If you are withdrawing income that is taxable at that point in time, it could potentially influence your financial stability. One of the easiest ways to avoid taxes on retirement money is to use a Roth account. 

Both 401(k) plans and IRA plans can be structured as Roth accounts, and they do not offer any tax deduction on contributions made into the account, but will allow you to take tax free withdrawals after age 59 and a half. A Roth account works like this: at the time that you contribute to it you pay the taxes upfront. This means you don’t owe them at the time of distribution. You may not be able to contribute to a Roth if your income exceeds certain levels such as $214,000 for joint filers. 

You may be able to convert your traditional plan to a Roth account at any point in time. Bear in mind, however, that similar to if you withdrew the money yourself, you would still need to pay income taxes on the amount of the conversion. For more support and understanding how to contribute towards your future retirement accounts, staying on track with your financial goals, and other questions or concerns you might have, set aside time to meet with our financial team to discuss the specifics of your next steps.

Our team is here to help you figure out what savings and retirement looks like and to help you adjust your plan over the years as needed. Whether or not you’re already using a Roth as part of your retirement plan, make sure to speak with us about your portfolio and overall plan.


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