Legal Advice for 401k — 47 results
Written by attorney Dennis Sullivan, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Does a Roth Conversion Make Sense? You probably know that 2010 is a special year for people considering converting a traditional IRA to a Roth. In this year there are no MAGI income... more
Written by attorney Michael Van Cise, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Retirement Funds Are a "Countable Resource." The Georgia Medicaid manual rules indicate that certain retirement funds can be treated as income and as a “countable resource” or an asset.... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, almost 4 years ago.
It is getting toward the end of the year, but it is still not too late to make contributions to your 401K plan to reap the benefits of reduced taxes. The rules for Contributions,... more
Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, almost 2 years ago.
If you have a 401(k) retirement savings account, you may be wondering what will happen your savings during a Virginia divorce. While dividing a 401(k) plan isn't always quick and easy,... more
Written by attorney Jack Adams, about 2 years ago.
Over the last few decades we have seen an alarming number of people that are in financial difficulty drain or cash in their 401K or IRA.STOP!
Their theory is always the same: it is easy... more
Written by attorney Kelly Resnick, over 2 years ago.
Most 401(k) plans allow investors to borrow up to half of the vested balance in their account, up to $50,000. Over the 12 months ended last quarter, roughly 11% of the 11 million workers... more
Written by attorney John Swimmer, about 3 years ago.
courts are court of general jurisdiction much like State courts, which simply means they probably have
the authority to grant a divorce and divide property. The similarities to State... more
Written by attorney Mohammed Badwan, over 3 years ago.
Many clients are stumped when I inform them that they do not qualify for a Chapter 7 because they have disposable income at the end of the month after all their necessary expenses are... more
Written by attorney Christopher Ariano, almost 4 years ago.
Remember that a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is referred to as a liquidation bankruptcy and involves forfeiting your non-exempt assets to a trustee in exchange for a discharge of debts. The... more
Written by attorney Richard Cole, about 4 years ago.
In re Baker, 590 F.3d 1261 (11th Cir. 2009), the 11th Circuit Appeals
Court held that a debtors profit sharing plan did not have to be ERISA
compliant to be exempt under Fla. Stat.... more
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