Investing Blog Roundup: Rolling 529 Dollars to a Roth IRA

Due to the SECURE Act 2.0 owners of 529 plans can roll a limited amount of of the 529 money into a Roth IRA. As Allan Roth explains in a recent article, there are several rules to follow, some administrative challenges, as well as a bit of remaining ambiguity in the law.

The Law and Strategies to Convert a College 529 to a Roth from Allan Roth

Other Recommended Reading

Practical Considerations in Tax-Efficient Distribution Planning from Wade Pfau, Joe Elsasser, and Steven Jarvis
Is the U.S. Stock Market Too Concentrated? from Ben Carlson
Evidence to the Contrary of Limiting Beliefs from Katie Gatti Tassin
Study: IRS Could Collect Billions More with Full Funding from Martha Waggoner
No ‘Gotcha’ Enforcement of BOI Regulations, FinCEN Chief Vows from Martha Waggoner
Employers Can Now Enroll Workers in Some Emergency Savings Accounts from Ann Carrns

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