Category Archives: Tax Education

New Qualified Plan and IRA Contribution Limits for 2017

Have you begun contributing to your retirement account this year? You may find your contribution options have changed for Tax Year 2017. While most qualified plan and IRA contribution limits remain the same for Tax Year 2017, there are exceptions. Traditional IRA and Roth IRA contribution limits remain at $5,500 for Tax Year 2017, with […]

Our Common Prohibited Transactions Series Now an eBook!

From January through May of last year, Kingdom Trust published a Common Prohibited Transactions blog series. This six-part series was published as part of our ongoing effort to educate retirement account holders. Now you can read the entire Common Prohibited Transactions series in a new eBook from Kingdom Trust! The intent of this eBook is to […]

Cybercriminals Targeting Tax Professionals

In an alert released last week, the IRS warned tax professionals about new threats posed by cybercriminals. As with that of investment advisors and legal professionals, information from tax professionals can be very lucrative for crooks. These cybercriminals target tax professionals by posing as individuals seeking tax preparation and advice. Unfortunately, cybercriminals can be extremely […]

2017 Contribution Limits for Retirement Plans

Happy New Year 2017! At the start of every tax year, it’s important to remember your retirement account contribution limits. So, with that in mind, let’s briefly go over the limits for this new year. While most 2017 contribution limits remain at 2016 limits, two account types will see slight increases. Traditional IRA and Roth IRA […]

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