Chances are your IRA has a lower market value today than it did at the start of the year. No matter your age or retirement timeframe, this can be a hard pill to swallow. While the current market environment may only seem to bring negative thoughts of retirement to mind, there may be a silver lining to those who choose to take a long-term perspective in the midst of uncertainty. In fact, we would challenge you to view the market today as if everything were on sale, including Roth Conversions.
We hope you are staying safe and healthy. The confusing landscape of this environment is changing day by day, even hour by hour. Rest assured, however, that we are still here and working for you. You are on our minds and we have you covered. On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law. The Cares Act contains a long list of features that are meant to buffer you from the hardships that are arising during this unprecedented time. We know you have questions about how the Cares Act impacts your IRA. We want to take a few moments to answer some of these questions.
Times of uncertainty such as these may fill you with uneasiness and a desire to do something – anything! Instead of selling off all of your investments and hiding your cash in a coffee can in the back yard, here is a list of productive financial actions you can do now to take advantage of a bear market.
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