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THE MOST DIFFICULT ASPECTS OF DECIDING WHETHER OR NOT TO CONVERT YOUR TRADITIONAL IRA TO A ROTH IRA IS WHEN TO REALIZE THE TAX PENALTY, AND IF IT MAKES SENSE FOR YOU AND YOUR RETIREMENT PLANS.
Access to private plays for accredited investors have increased in recent years, and some financial advisors are using this as a point of differentiation for their practices.
For investors with existing assets that have generated profits — capital gains — reinvesting those gains into these new funds could deliver a sizable tax break. "The reality is this is one of the best tax things that has passed in the last decade, if not our lifetime," said certified financial planner Matt Chancey, an investment advisor in Orlando, Florida.
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The Tax Savings Mastermind Starts Soon! Make Sure to Sign Up Today!
About Matt Chancey Live
Matt has been featured in many national media outlets including the Orlando Sentinel, The Wall Street Journal, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News, CNBC digital, Bloomberg, and Investment News. 
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Matt Chancey In The Press
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Your Guide To Taxes & 
Your Roth Conversion
The most difficult aspects of deciding whether or not to convert your traditional IRA to a Roth IRA is when to realize the tax penalty, and if it makes sense for you and your retirement plans.
Access to private plays for accredited investors have increased in recent years, and some financial advisors are using this as a point of differentiation for their practices.
For investors with existing assets that have generated profits — capital gains — reinvesting those gains into these new funds could deliver a sizable tax break. "The reality is this is one of the best tax things that has passed in the last decade, if not our lifetime," said certified financial planner Matt Chancey, an investment advisor in Orlando, Florida.
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