Elyria, OH, April 08, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- 2010RothConversion.com gives you the resources and education you need.
Are you one of the thousands of investors who thought you would never qualify for a Roth IRA? Have you been shut out of one of the most powerful wealth building tools because your income was too high? Well that is about to change.
Equity Trust has put together a complete online resource for investors to learn about the upcoming 2010 Roth Conversion tax law changes that will open the Roth IRA to nearly everyone in 2010. Here you can learn exactly what changes are happening, the benefits they offer and how to plan to take advantage of them.
The 2010 Roth Conversion means Tax-free Profits for Everyone
Thanks to an amendment made to the tax code in 2006, anyone, regardless of income, will soon be able to convert a Traditional IRA or other tax-deferred retirement plan to a tax-free Roth IRA. Before this revision, investors had to meet certain Roth IRA income restrictions to qualify for a conversion. Anyone with a Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) above $100,000 was unable to convert retirement funds to a Roth IRA. This prevented them from realizing truly tax-free growth on their investments. Soon everyone will have the same opportunity to take advantage of the phenomenal benefits provided by the Roth IRA.
What a Roth Conversion in 2010 Can Do for You
If you are not sure if a Roth IRA is right for you, consider all the benefits that it offers. There are many Roth IRA advantages that are not found in other retirement plans.
With a Roth IRA you gain: Qualified withdrawals are tax-free
No age limit on contributions
No required withdrawals
May be able to pass on earnings to beneficiaries tax-free
Of course, a Roth conversion is still a taxable event, but the government has given you one more incentive to convert in 2010. By completing a conversion in 2010, and just in 2010, you can spread your taxes due over 2 years, paying them in 2011 and 2012.
Begin Planning Now for the Roth IRA 2010 Conversion
The new law won’t officially go into effect until January 1, 2010, but now is the time to start planning to take full advantage of this opportunity. With proper preparation you can maximize your benefit. Visit 2010RothConversion.com to start putting together your 2010 conversion plan.
At the site you will find:
An interview with a senior IRS official
Details on the impending changes
Information on Roth IRAs
For more information on how the 2010 Roth conversion will affect you, call an Equity Trust Retirement Account Specialist at 1-888-382-4727 or contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org