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Posted by admin - September 25, 2016 at 10:00 am

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How to Convert an Inherited Company 401(k) Plan to a Roth IRA

The Pension Protection Act of 2006 (PPA) permits you to convert your company retirement plan assets, including a 401(k), 403(b), and 457 plans, directly to a Roth IRA. Of course, you must pay the income tax on the conversion of a deductible company plan to the Roth IRA. You can do this if you’re the owner, the owner’s spousal beneficiary or the owner’s non-spousal beneficiary.

An alternative for the owner or his spousal beneficiary is to first make a tax-free conversion to a Traditional IRA from the deductible company plan, and then later convert that Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. But a non-spousal beneficiary can’t do that.

A non-spousal beneficiary of a company plan can only transfer the plan money into an ‘inherited IRA’ – either the traditional IRA or a Roth IRA. But he can’t later convert an inherited traditional IRA into a Roth IRA. So if he wants that money to go into a Roth IRA, he’s got to make that decision upfront when converting the inherited company plan.

*No income restrictions rollover to a Roth IRA:

Whether converting the plan money to a traditional or Roth IRA, he must do a direct rollover (i.e. trustee to trustee) from the company to his designated ‘beneficiary’ IRA. Be sure to check that your company plan allows for such a transfer.

After 2010, there are no income restrictions on converting to a Roth IRA (before he had to have an adjusted growth income (AGI) of under $ 100,000). But you need to have the money to pay the taxes on the conversion up front.

*RMDs from Roth only for nonspousal beneficiaries:

One of the benefits of a Roth IRA is that the original owner or his spousal beneficiary doesn’t have to make minimum required distributions from his Roth after turning 701/2 – as is necessary from Traditional (deductible) IRAs. But, that’s not the case for a nonspousal beneficiary.

The nonspousal beneficiary is required to make minimum required distributions (RMDs) beginning the year after the death of the owner. These distributions aren’t taxable and are not assessed penalties – regardless of age of beneficiary. The amount of the RMD is based on the initial life expectancy of the beneficiary when the RMDs begin – with that life expectancy reduced by ‘1’ each year thereafter. But that’s not such a problem if he’s still quite young…

*The benefit of a Roth IRA inherited by a young nonspouse beneficiary:

If the non-spouse beneficiary has the ability to pay the taxes for the Roth conversion and is still young, the conversion can be advantageous. Let’s say he’s 33 years old; The IRS Table I for his life expectancy gives him 50 remaining years. With such a long time left, his new Roth IRA can grow considerably because of the relatively small percentage (starting at 2%) of his holding must be withdrawn in the early years as his required MRD. That small MRD will not detract much from his IRA holding if it grows at 5% or more. It should increase for many years before the RMDs deplete it.

In fact, if the initial Roth IRA investment was $ 10,000 and grew at a 7% growth rate, it would peak at about $ 35,000 after holding it for 35 years despite having to withdraw those yearly – and slowly increasing – RMDs. Of course the RMDs would necessarily deplete the Roth IRA at 50 years – the projected life expectancy when he was 33.

The key tax benefits of the Roth IRA are that the money grows tax free (not simply tax-deferred) and whatever you take out of it is also tax free.

So it will never burden you with taxes no matter how high your income becomes. You might even use some of the Roth IRA as a tax free source to pay for the initial tax on its conversion.

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401k IRA Rollover

A 401K IRA rollover is actually a very simple process, but you need to make sure the simple steps are taken exactly right or you will end up losing a huge portion of your savings to an early withdrawal penalty and taxes.

When you cash out a retirement plan before you turn 59 and 1/2 years old you have to pay a 10% early withdrawal penalty, state taxes, and federal taxes on the money. Your income bracket and state tax percentage rate will vary the exact amounts this will all amount to, but this can easily add up to thirty to forty percent of your retirement fund. When you go to transfer things you want to make sure that you don’t accidentally end up cashing out so that you don’t lose any of your savings.

The first thing you need to know about doing this is that it can’t be done at anytime. You are free to do whatever you want with your plan after you turn 59 years and 6 months old, and the only other time you have the opportunity to move funds is immediately after leaving a job. When you leave a job you can move your plan to your new employers plan, you can leave the money where it is, you can cash out (with penalties), or you can do a 401k IRA rollover.

When you go to do the transfer you need to make sure the money goes directly to the independent retirement account and does not come to you in the form of a check. This happens often, and can easily end up looking to the government as though you cashed out your account. You’ll want to select a company to handle your IRA first, and then set things up with them and your former employer to handle the direct transfer.

Another important fact to note is to make sure that if you have a traditional 401K plan that you set up a traditional IRA instead of a Roth account. Traditional accounts invest from your pretax income, where as Roth accounts use money that’s already been taxed. This means that with a traditional account you will pay your taxes when you withdraw, whereas with a Roth account you pay your taxes before putting the money in.

In summary, to have a smooth 401K IRA rollover you simply need to make sure things are transferred smoothly and avoid withdrawing any funds.

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Posted by admin - September 21, 2016 at 9:42 am

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