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Ask the Expert: Withholding taxes from Social Security
If you have other income — such as distributions from retirement accounts or interest and dividends from investments — up to 85% of your benefit may be taxable.
Ask the Expert: Leaving a Roth IRA to grandchildren
You can't convert a required minimum distribution to a Roth IRA.
Ask the Expert: There's more than one kind of IRA
A nondeductible individual retirement account usually makes sense only if you're ineligible for a deductible IRA or a Roth IRA.
Ask the Expert: Question about government pension offset rule
Special Social Security rules apply to retirees who collect a federal, state, or municipal pension.
Ask the Expert: New York State tax breaks for retirees
We're a couple over age 59½. My husband withdrew money from his IRA in 2019 and didn't get any tax ...
Ask the Expert: What are the rules for taxes on IRAs?
There's more than one kind of individual retirement account, and each has its own rules.
Ask the Expert: Working while collecting Social Security
When people work and collect Social Security before reaching full retirement age, their benefit is reduced if their earned income exceeds an annual limit.
Ask the Expert: More about the $20G income exclusion
Today's column corrects errors spotted by sharp-eyed readers and addresses a follow-up question.
Ask the Expert: The pros and cons of Roth IRA conversions
This isn't a one-size-fits-all decision. Whether it makes sense depends on your wealth, health, life expectancy and future investment returns.
Ask the Expert: What about IRA successor beneficiaries?
The rules governing beneficiaries for individual retirement accounts depend on when, and from whom, they inherited the IRA.