It’s been a while since the Secure Act of 2022 came about, but it’s time to refocus on its impact in 2024. Did you know that, beginning in 2024, Roth 401(k)s are no longer subject to RMDs? This means that Roth savers, whether in a 401(k) or an IRA, can keep their contributions invested their entire lifetime. 

Did you know that the penalty for failing to take an RMD drops from 50% to 25%? And, the penalty can be further reduced to 10% if corrected in a timely manner. Did you know that the RMD age is now 73, and will rise to 75 in 2033? This means that you can let your money stay invested longer. 

The law’s goal was to provide more tax-advantaged ways for individuals to boost their retirement savings. Call us if you’d like to learn more. We’re always here to help.

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