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An ℞ for Presidential Election Year Fear
On November 3rd, 2020 Americans will elect our next President. But even though the election is several months away, there is already a lot of speculation about what the stock market will do if either candidate gets elected. Unfortunately, much of that speculation is wrapped in fear with investors worrying that if the other guy (i.e. the candidate they don’t support) wins then the stock market will collapse or the economy will stagnate or taxes will go sky high or some other terrible calamity will occur that will wipe out wealth and destroy capitalism.
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What You Need to Know About Required Minimum Distributions in 2020
Saving money for retirement in a tax-deferred account has many benefits – but you can only defer taxes so long before they must be paid, which is why U.S. tax law requires a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD). An RMD is the amount of money that must be withdrawn annually from a tax deferred account (including traditional IRAs, SEP IRAs, and Simple IRAs) once the owner reaches a certain age. RMDs are taxed as ordinary income.
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Tax Planning Opportunities for Charitably Inclined IRA Owners
Over the past few years, tax law changes have created planning challenges and opportunities for owners of IRAs looking to maximize the after-tax value of their legacy.  We covered one key strategy, Roth conversions, in our DHG Insights feature Examining Roth Conversions in the Current Legislative Landscape.  For charitably inclined IRA owners over 70 ½, Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) often provide the most tax efficient way of funding charitable goals.
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Making Sense of It All: The Market, Martha & Snoop Dogg
The friendship between Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg seems unlikely. She’s the polished lifestyle expert who gives new meaning to the concept of domestic perfection, and he’s a pot-smoking rapper.  And yet, not only is their friendship very real, it led to two seasons of the Emmy-nominated show Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. Who could have predicted the success of these unlikely besties hosting a weekly potluck? Not many because frankly, it doesn’t make sense. 
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Bill Laird Named Co-Chief Investment Officer of DHG Wealth Advisors
DHG Wealth Advisors LLC, an independent, fee-only Registered Investment Advisory firm owned by Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP (DHG) is pleased to announce that Bill Laird has been named Co-Chief Investment Officer.
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Paul Harteg from DHG Wealth Advisors walks through a few strategies for retirees to keep a long-term perspective and first steps to consider during a period of stress in the stock market.
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Financial Fitness Webinar - Balancing Cash Flow Versus Deductions, a Webinar for Small Business Owners
A joint webinar from DHG Wealth Advisors and DHG Tax targeted towards small business owners such as sole proprietors and flow through entities. We will be focusing on the perspective of the individual who owns the business, not the business itself.
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10 key principles to improve your odds of investing success.
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Don't you know money doesn't grow on trees!!? On our last episode we asked you to email us "What you hope your children or grandchildren will learn about money" for a chance to win a copy of Mitch Anthony's Financial Lit Kit. Today, the DHGWA Insights Podcast is joined by our own Skotty Wannamaker to dig into the mailbag, read your answers, and reveal our winners!
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Examining Roth Conversion in the Current Legislative Landscape
The tax-free growth that Roth Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) offer have long made them a desirable planning tool, but paying taxes on the initial contribution or conversion can be cost prohibitive, which is why many people prioritize tax-deferred savings for retirement. However, three significant pieces of legislation present unique tax planning considerations in 2020 that take advantage of the many benefits of a Roth IRA.
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