IRAs must be valued, for tax purposes, and imprecise valuations can be costly.
"Overvaluation is more common than undervaluation," said Joe Luby, a CFP who is the founder of Jagen, a financial education and consulting company in Henderson, Nevada. "In a lot of cases, amending tax returns can provide substantial refunds to clients."
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