Bill's Fireside Articles
Kobe and Jack
Two great men, both masters of their own game and at opposite ends of life, leave us with an important lesson - know the value of not missing the chance of telling others why they are important and why we care.
Special Report on Special Needs: An Update for Families and Their Loved Ones
As we and our society strive for increased quality of life for our special needs loved ones, additional tools have been made available to us. With the right combination of advisor, attorney and CPA, some of the millions of families dealing with these real-life challenges may have an easier time helping their special needs loved one enjoy their lives and opportunities in new and optimal ways.
Sunset of Stretch (SOS)
In addition to the “stretch” possibly going away, the trade-off currently in the House bill is to remove the government-inflicted confusion of the 70½ rule. Many of us would welcome a more straightforward rule for the required beginning date (RBD) to begin our mandatory distributions from retirement accounts. Currently the thinking is to change the RBD to a more sensible number of age 72.