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Q 1. When does the phaseout for single taxpayer’s Roth IRA contributions begin in 2022?
Q 4. A married couple files taxes jointly. The husband works as a carpenter and makes $35,000 per year. He does not participate in an employer-sponsored retirement plan. As an attorney, the wife earns $110,000 and contributes to her company’s retirement plan. Their annual modified adjusted gross income is $145,000. Which of the following claims about traditional and Roth IRAs is correct?
A. The wife can make either a deductible contribution to a traditional IRA or a contribution to a Roth IRA.
B. The wife can make a deductible contribution to a Roth IRA.
C. The husband can make either a deductible or nondeductible contribution to a traditional IRA.
D. The husband cannot make contributions to a Roth IRA.
Q 6. This year, a 46-year-old customer will earn $65,000 after leaving from her accounting job last year and starting a teaching profession. Which of the following amounts is the maximum allowed contribution the client can make to a tax-sheltered annuity?
Q 8. Greyson, age 53, recently quit his job. He would like to distribute money from his 401(k) but wants to avoid any penalties related to the distribution. If he waits a minimum of________ years, his distribution will not be subject to the_________ premature distribution penalty.
Q 9. To earn current income, a retired client wants to invest the profits of a maturing certificate of deposit (CD). The client and his spouse are confident that their heirs would be adequately catered for without the CD funds. Which of the following would generate the most after-tax income while also minimizing estate taxes?
Q 10. A client owns 100% of Elx Corporation, a mature business worth $180 million with 773 employees. Estate and succession planning is becoming a concern for the client because Elx is expected to have a high growth rate, he is looking to retire within five years, and he will need to replace his income in retirement. He has three adult children, all executives at Elx, and he would like to transfer the value of Elx to his children. Which strategy would best help the client accomplish his goals?
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