What can change in a year? Think 2020! And then consider its impact on2021. The SECURE Act’s wide reach profoundly affected IRA owners, custodians, and trustees. This webinar will address the ramifications of the SECURE Act, provide the latest IRS guidance and contribution levels, and identify the most common reporting errors. Join us to gain the information needed to make informed decisions about IRAs and HSAs.
- Understand the far-reaching effects of the SECURE Act on IRA owners, trustees, and custodians
- Identify 2020 and 2021 traditional IRA, Roth IRA, and HSA contribution limits
- Review recent IRS guidance on handling and reporting IRA contributions and distributions
- Examine HSA trustee or custodian responsibilities regarding accepting and reporting HSA contributions
- Discuss handling HSA beneficiary designations and death distributions
Passage of the SECURE Act has had a profound impact on IRA rules and programs. As the 2021 tax year begins, it is important to learn what is new and important in the world of IRA and HSA plans. Do you interact directly with IRA and HSA owners, have supervisory, managerial, government reporting, or decision-making responsibilities? Cut through the haze of confusion with insights and analysis from an IRA expert. You’ll learn the many implications of what is new and important in 2021 and beyond.
Frank J. LaLoggia, LaLoggia Consulting, Inc.
Frank LaLoggia is the President of LaLoggia Consulting, Inc., Rochester, New York, a
pension consulting firm that assists financial organizations with ongoing support in the
creation, development, and marketing of their retirement plans offerings.
Frank coordinates and conducts retirement plan seminars and training programs
throughout the United States, including in-house IRA, HSA and employer retirement plan
training sessions. With over 39 years’ experience in employee benefits, he has assisted
many leading financial organizations in the pension and financial services industries. Frank
has achieved the designation of Deferred Compensation Specialist through Northeastern
University’s Center for Continuing Education and The National Retirement Plans Training