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A few states place monetary value on degrees such as a medical degree, a dental degree, or a law degree. That’s not the case in Colorado, so the value of a degree needs to be evaluated in a different way. Some corporate employees have many […]

One of the most often missed topics in divorce planning is basis. Whether we’re talking about the house, stocks or other real estate, knowing the basis is a must when taking on the task of separating property. Consider the following case study. Kris and Brian […]

Normally, distributions made before the participant attains age 59 ½ are called “early distributions,” and are subject to a 10% penalty tax. The tax does not apply to early distributions upon death, disability, annuity payments for the life expectancy of the individual, or distributions made […]