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A Roth IRA that gives a $2,000 Annuity each Month [Video]

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Crypto Retirement Accounts are the FUTURE [Video]

Crypto Roth IRA. Best crypto retirement accounts. 👴Itrust Capital Crypto Roth ($100 free) https://itrust.capital/maher🔗Join the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/maxmaher✨ Crypto exchange I use: https://www.kucoin.com/ucenter/signup?rcode=rJMS45S💻Free Discord Link: https://discord.gg/9wSVmT2ewU💵Get up to $250 in Bitcoin from Blockfi https://blockfi.com/MaxMaher📚 My YouTube School: https://max-maher.teachable.com/p/complete-guide-to-building-an-audience-and-wealth-on-youtube🚚My in-depth moving company course: https://max-maher.teachable.com/p/moving-company-millionaire📷ALL of my camera and recording equipment: https://www.amazon.com/shop/maxmaherStake your Cardano in my stakepool! Ticker Symbol: MAX1 https://www.stakewithmax.com✉️Join my newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gWantb Crypto retirementBest crypto retirement accountsIs itust legit?How to avoid tax on cryptoWhat if I told you it’s possible to trade and retire with crypto... tax free?Zero capital gains on crypto.Let’s talk about crypto retirement accounts and how they can save you thousands of dollars and how you can get set up step-by-step.We’re going to cover the two most popular types of IRA’s.. The traditional IRA and Roth IRA. It’s important to understand a few key similarities and differences between these crypto retirement accounts. The most important similarity is trading. Trading crypto within either a Traditional or Roth IRA is not a taxable eventIn a regular account, ANY profitable trade you make is subject to capital gains tax.Short term capital gains can be as high as 37% meaning if you profited $1000 on a trade.. Up to $370 can go to Uncle Sam.That same trade in a Roth retirement account has a tax of.... $0. The most important difference between these accounts is when and how you ARE taxed Traditional IRAs are called “tax deferred” which is a fancy way of saying you don’t pay income tax on funds added to the account. You only pay tax on earnings you pull out in your retirement after age 59.5.Those earnings are taxed as income at that time.The idea is if you defer your taxes to your old age you will pay a lower income tax rate because you are no longer in your prime earning years.Roth IRAs on the other had grow tax-free.This means you pay regular income tax on funds added to the account but you pay nothing at retirement.So let’s say you added $1000 to your Roth IRA and it grew to $10,000 at retirement.You would pay your regular income tax on that $1000 now and $0 on the $9000 in gains at retirementThis is what Peter Thiel did and now he has $5 billion dollars in one of these accounts tax free. 0:00 Intro0:05 a lil treat0:16 The most popular types of IRAs1:02 Traditional IRAs1:31 Roth IRAs1:58 Peter Thiel life hack2:30 The stack3:10 When this works best3:30 How does this really work?4:30 Important example4:50 Using these methods6:13 Why you don't see this everywhere7:04 What to look out for 7:10 My favorite method and how to get started7:47 Downsides and considerations8:10 The 5 year rule8:35 Don't confuse thisMy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maxwell_maher/Schedule one-on-one business consulting with me here: https://max-maher.teachable.com/p/1hr-consultation-call*I am not a financial advisor. This is not financial advice*

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How to Avoid Tax Underpayment Penalties When Performing a Roth Conversion! [Video]

Do you have need experienced help optimizing and executing your Roth Conversion strategy? You can schedule an appointment with one of our Retirement Experts to look at your situation and help you plan for your future. Call us at (920) 544-0576 or go to https://www.safeguardinvest.com/contact. Do you know you can't just wait until tax time in order to pay a balance you owe to the IRS? If you do, you may be subject to a tax underpayment penalty and have to pay future quarterly estimated taxes. Neither of which are very fun...Withholding the right amount for taxes is a problem throughout retirement but specifically is a problem that can arise with Roth Conversions. Roth Conversion taxes can be paid in numerous ways. From withholding taxes right out of the conversion to paying taxes from your checking or savings accounts. Regardless of how you pay taxes, the IRS will force you to pay those taxes at a specific time or face IRS penalties.In this video, we are going to clear up a hot button issue in regard to Roth Conversions - How to pay the right amount in taxes at the right timeWe will discuss: ✅ How to pay estimated taxes in order to avoid underpayment penalties✅ The way you withhold taxes will vary based on what source you are paying those taxes from✅ How to meet one of the three guidelines the IRS specifies you need to meet in order to avoid IRS penalties- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Always remember, "You Don't Need More Money; You Need a Better Plan"🍿 Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVMA...🏆 Join our 'Retirement Mastery' Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/retirement-mastery-group📈 Talk with us about your retirement plan here: https://www.safeguardinvest.com/contact📚 The New 60/40: How the Next Generation of Retirees Can Achieve Radical Financial Freedom through Better Safe Investing - https://www.amazon.com/New-60-Generation-Financial-Investing/dp/B08H6TCMFNSafeguard Wealth Management is a Registered Investment Advisor in the State of WI. Safeguard Wealth Management is not an insurance provider. All content on Youtube is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as personal advice for your situation. You can read more disclosures at https://www.safeguardinvest.com/fiduciary

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*BIDEN: IT'S HUGE!* $4,000 Monthly Stimulus Coming in Bank Accounts? Fourth Stimulus Approved? [Video]

Social Security, SSDI will get this much in 2022In this video, we discuss Social Security benefits including SSDI and how much of these millions of beneficiaries will be getting in 2022 as a result of everything going on right now. Many people in this community who receive Social Security benefits are wondering how much they will get it in 2022? This is what we cover in this video, how much will Social Security, SSDI and retirement benefits get it in 2022? We discuss all the answers in this video. This Video is specifically dedicated to Social Security retirement, Social Security disability, and Social Security survivors benefits, we also do have a dedicated videos talking about SSI, supplemental security income. If you are someone who receives Social Security benefits of any kind Including SSDI, this video is for you as we talked through some numbers. Of course we do not know what each specific person will be receiving simply because everybody receives a different benefit for the most part, however we discuss a general parameters around a monthly benefits in 2022.#SSDI #SSI #SocialSecurity Todays update on stimulus for seniors, ssi, and ssdi#socialsecurity #stimulusupdate

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FUTURE AND PRESENT VALUE OF SIMPLE ANNUITY GENMATH MODULE 5 PART 2 [Video]

Practice Activity 1:Find the Present Value (P) and the Future Value (F) of quarterly payments of ₱ 2,000.00 for 5 years with interest rate of 8% compounded quarterly.Independent Activity 1Find the Present Value (P) and the Future Value (F) of semi-annual payments of ₱ 8,000.00 for 12 years with interest rate of 12% compounded semi-annually.Practice Activity 2:How much should you invest in a fund each year paying 2% compounded annually to accumulate ₱ 100,000.00 in 5 years?Independent Activity 2Starting on her 30th birthday, a woman will invest an amount every year on her birthday in an account that grows at an annual rate of 7%. What should be the amount invested should she want her fund to ₱ 300,000.00 just before her 65th birthday?Practice ActivityThe value of a car requires a ₱ 169,000.00 cash downpayment and a monthly payment of ₱ 12,000.00 If money is computed at 10% compounded monthly, how much is the cash price of the car payable in 5 yearsIndependent Activity 3The buyer of a lot pays ₱ 50,000.00 cash and ₱ 10,000.00 every month for 10 years. If money is 8% compounded monthly, how much is the cash price of the lot?