How do you choose where the right place to retire for you is? Michael Gibney shares a story about friends who went through this decision and what types of financial and tax considerations may come into play in answering this question. Read more in the full article by Patricia Mertz-Esswein for Kiplinger.
CNBC: If you are quitting a job amid the ‘Great Resignation,’ here are some options for health insurance
Modera’s own Michael Gibney offered suggestions for those considering quitting their job and wondering what their health care options are.
Considering a 529 plan for your grandkids but not sure how to get started? In this Q&A article Michael D. Gibney, CFP®, AIF® helps to dissect this question and shares resources and considerations in determining how to make the right selection for you and your situation. Article by Karin Price Mueller for NJ.com.
I recently downsized from a larger home in a New Jersey suburb to smaller quarters closer to Manhattan. Anecdotally, I noticed many times in my former neighborhood that on the same day families would post “Congrats to the Graduate!” yard signs, “For Sale” signs would often appear right next to them.
With costs skyrocketing and employees paying more and more, the advent of high-deductible health care (HDHC) plans and health savings accounts (HSAs) has become a story worth blogging about.
Modera’s Michael Gibney shares perspectives in this article about Roth IRA conversions. Many investors took advantage of the pandemic-induced market decline early this year to do big Roth IRA conversions. Learn how Roth IRA conversions work and who can benefit from them.
I have been reviewing the benefits of Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) with clients as a way to get the most out of their charitable giving considering many are now seeing the impact the recent tax law change has had on the deductibility of donations.
If company stock is offered to you through a 401(k) or other workplace retirement plan, it can be a great opportunity for you to have a stake in the business. Plus, if you accumulate employer stock within a qualified employer retirement plan over many years, that stock may appreciate considerably. However, when the time comes to take distributions out of the account, perhaps because you’re retiring or switching jobs, there are important tax implications to consider.
Modera’s Michael Gibney shares his thoughts on how to make the most of a 401(k).