Divorce often involves the splitting of major financial assets, and an IRA plan is, in some cases, a couple’s largest single asset.
Splitting an IRA in a divorce is not like splitting a home or other assets. IRAs contain their own specific tax rules that must be followed to avoid triggering taxes or penalties. Advisors are in the unique position to help divorcing clients ensure IRA funds are split correctly.
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