Tag Archives: IRA

The Impending Death of the Stretch IRA?

It can, at times, seem like a fool’s errand to focus too closely on specific provisions contained in proposed legislation. As any casual observer of Congress can attest, committee proposals frequently die unenacted or undergo significant change before they are considered by the full House or Senate. Joint conference committees provide yet further opportunities for … Continue Reading

Protecting Private Wealth: Recent Bankruptcy Cases Involving Tuition Payments and Profit Sharing Plans

The BakerHostetler Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Creditor’s Rights team has issued an Executive Alert highlighting two recent decisions involving debtors in bankruptcy.  The first case holds that tuition payments for the debtor’s minor children’s parochial school tuition are not fraudulent transfers.  The second case holds that profit sharing plan assets used to fund the debtor’s IRA are not … Continue Reading