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3 Reasons to Consider a Roth Conversion
Much like rockin' a rhyme, great planning strategies need to be right on time... and that's tricky. Roth conversions may offer significant long-term tax benefits, but not for everyone and not all the time. Join Sarah and Dave as the dive into three reasons to consider Roth conversions.
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Fourth Quarter 2020 Newsletter

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Fourth Quarter 2020 Newsletter
By all counts, 1896 was a significant year. Utah was admitted as the 45th U.S. state. The first X-ray photograph was taken. Puccini's La Bohème premiered in Turin while Oscar Wilde's Salomé premiered in Paris. Stanford and California played the first known women's college basketball game. Henry Ford finalized development of his first automobile – the Ford Quadricycle. And in May of that year, 12 stocks were chosen to form the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA).
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Taxpayers with Existing PPP Loans May Need to Take Immediate Action
The President signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) into law on Dec. 27, 2020. One important element of this legislation is that it allows employers that took out a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan to also claim the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). In addition, the type of expenses that qualify for taxpayer forgiveness has been expanded.
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What is a Roth Conversion?

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What is a Roth Conversion?
Roth conversions can offer significant long-term tax benefits. Join Sarah & Dave as they explore the basics of how this planning strategy works, the potential benefits, and the important tradeoffs to consider when deciding if this strategy is right for you.
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Key Numbers 2021 / Tax Reference Numbers at a Glance
Attached is a summary of key tax and personal planning numbers for 2021.
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What is Enough? Lessons in Gratitude
As you take time today to give thanks for all that you have, we wanted to share a special video that asks the question: “what is enough?” DHG Wealth Advisors is joined by author Morgan Housel to discuss how our expectations influence our sense of well-being, how to get the goal post to stop moving and why even some billionaires don’t feel rich.
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Planning Strategies 2020: Suspension of RMDs
If you typically have a required minimum distribution, that could be because you were over the age of 70 ½ in 2019 and own an IRA or retirement plan, or you inherited a retirement account in 2019 or earlier, in either case, the CAREs Act provides the opportunity to skip that distribution for 2020.
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Planning Strategies 2020: Returning CAREs Act Retirement Distribution
Continuing with our deeper dive on planning strategies for year-end 2020, today we'll discuss the ability for “qualified individuals” to return a distribution from their IRA or retirement plan.
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Planning Strategies for 2020: CAREs Act Retirement Account Distribution
As part of the CARES Act, which was passed by congress in late March, “qualified individuals” may withdraw up to $100,000 from retirement accounts without the normal 10% early withdrawal penalty. The window to take a distribution and avoid the penalty ends December 31st, 2020.
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2021 Limits for Retirement Plan Contributions
Retirement plan compensation and contribution limits are subject to annual cost-of-living adjustments. On Oct. 26, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced updated limits for retirement plans in 2021, reflecting cost-of-living adjustments for the coming tax year.
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