Protecting Your Heirs from Taxes and Creditors After the SECURE Act

Diane DeCesare of Drucker & Scaccetti is a member of XPX Philadelphia.
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The tax impact of the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act’s 10-year limited stretch can be a “keep you up at night” concern for individuals who have amassed substantial qualified retirement accounts. Often, these individuals have a substantial portion of their investment portfolios accumulating and growing in tax-deferred retirement accounts, and as a result of the SECURE Act, could be passing down a massive income tax liability to their heirs.

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Updated: May 1st, 2021