Retirement savings plan

Retirement savings plan

Hi,

Hope all is well with your family and circle.

Do you have time for 15-min zoom chat about your retirement plan that is safe, avoids probate, fees are less, taxes are less and guarantees a lifetime retirement income? Is each dollar in your investment account equal to a life insurance amount? At Athene.com Fixed Index Annuity it is.

Earn 20% base bonus at Athene, get 0.5% bonus at Charles Schwab/Fidelity. Athene takes the risk , you take the risk at your investment accounts. Your Athene account can start at $10k or more or half of your current investment that is in stocks or other accounts.

Did you lose money in your 401k or IRA or stocks? Athene guarantees no negative market downturns or participation.

Blessings, For tax diversification in your guaranteed lifetime savings with death benefits for retirement, contact Connie Dello Buono, 0G60621, 408-854-1883 , connie@connielifeins.com www.lifeinsurance4women.com

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PS. Connie’s commission will help support college students in California and the Philippines.

Why Athene Fixed Index Annuity for lifetime pension

If you wish to allocate a portion of your savings or retirement/pension in a safe Fixed Index Annuity with no negative market participation, text Connie Dello Buono, 0G60621, at 408-8541883 to show you Athene’s annuity products that suits your retirement savings goal of tax less, fees less, avoid probate, safe with no participation in market downturns and more benefits as shown below.

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About Connie Dello Buono, Financial Consultant 4088541883 connie@connielifeins.com

Insurance Broker protecting families, seniors and business owners (insurance for life, income, health, retirement, estate and mortgage equity).

Connie Dello Buono is a California Licensed Life and Health Insurance Agent, 0G60621. Serving clients in the bay area, Santa Clara county and the greater bay area communities. Connie started helping seniors with caregivers and with life insurance products that can be used even with health issues.

Life Insurance as asset, life, and retirement income protection

We are focused on helping our clients achieve a secure retirement using fixed annuities and index universal life insurance, a final expense plan using single issue whole life insurance with no medical tests, mortgage protection insurance plans from Americo, AIG, Mutual of Omaha, Transamerica, AIG, John Hancock, American Amicable and 10 more insurance carriers, mostly A rated.

The many riders are important to protect the client during accidental death (doubles the death benefit amount), disability, loss of income/job, terminal/chronic/critical illness or living benefits riders, Return of Premium or cash back, paid up addition and getting back all premiums paid at 100 yrs of age.

Health Care strategist and founder of Motherhealth bay area caregivers

Health Author , Curated Health at Balboa Press

2020 Tax Brackets and Rates

Text 408-8541883 and agent near you to show you income and disability benefits from life insurance products like Index Universal Life Insurance and Fixed Indexed Annuities.

In the United States we have what is known as a progressive tax system. This means that we pay a higher percentage in taxes as our income goes up. What people may not necessarily realize is that we actually pay taxes at each one of these tax brackets along the way.

There are 12 states with zero or less income taxes such as Nevada.

Capital Gains

Long-term capital gains are taxed using different brackets and rates than ordinary income.

 For Unmarried IndividualsFor Married Individuals Filing Joint ReturnsFor Heads of Households
 Taxable Income Over
0%$0$0$0
15%$40,000$80,000$53,600
20%$441,450$496,600$469,050
 Additional Net Investment Income Tax
3.8%MAGI above $200,000MAGI above $250,000MAGI above $200,000
Source: “2020 Tax Brackets,” Tax Foundation and IRS Topic Number 559

Qualified Business Income Deduction (Sec. 199A)

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes a 20 percent deduction for pass-through businesses against up to $163,300 of qualified business income for single taxpayers and $326,600 for married taxpayers filing jointly (Table 7).

Filing StatusThreshold
Single Individuals$163,300
Married Filing Jointly$326,600
Source: Internal Revenue Service

Annual Exclusion for Gifts

In 2020, the first $15,000 of gifts to any person is excluded from tax. The exclusion is increased to $157,000 for gifts to spouses who are not citizens of the United States.

Protect your health, mortgage equity, income and life

Contact 408-854-1883 for rewards when protecting your mortgage equity, life, income and health.

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Covid proof income generation from home

Email Connie at motherhealth@gmail.com for extra income that entails helping others get a final expense plan matching their needs. Covid proof income generation. There are leads and script and a team to help your business be your own agency owner. Not MLM.

Text Connie 408-854-1883. Must be in the USA.  Have a car, computer and cell phone and a good communicator and listener.

Current Life and Health Insurance agents are welcome, up to 140% commission.

 

Be Alert to Scammers Who Pose as the IRS

Be Alert to Scammers Who Pose as the IRS

Scammers pretending to be from the IRS continue to target taxpayers. These scams take many different forms. Among the most common are phone calls and fake emails. Thieves use the IRS name, logo or a fake website to try and steal money from taxpayers. Identity theft can also happen with such scams.

Taxpayers need to be cautious of phone calls or automated messages from scammers who claim to be from the IRS. These criminals often say the taxpayer owes money. They also demand immediate payment. Scammers also lie to taxpayers and say they are due a refund. They do this to lure their victims into giving their bank account information over the phone. The IRS warns taxpayers not to fall for these scams.

Below are tips that will help avoid becoming a victim during the summer months and throughout the year:

The IRS will NOT:

  • Call to demand immediate payment using specific payment method such as a prepaid debit card, gift card or wire transfer. Generally, the IRS first mails a bill to taxpayers who owe taxes. If the IRS assigns a case to a Private Debt Collector (PCA), both the IRS and the authorized collection agency send a letter to the taxpayer. Payment is always to the United States Treasury.
  • Threaten to immediately bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have the taxpayer arrested for not paying.
  • Demand payment of taxes without giving the taxpayer the opportunity to question or appeal the amount owed.
  • Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.

If a taxpayer does not owe any tax, they should:

If a taxpayer is not sure whether they owe any tax, they can view their tax account information on IRS.gov to find out.

Taxpayers should also watch out for emails and websites looking to steal personal information. An IRS phishing scam is an unsolicited, bogus email that claims to come from the IRS. Criminals often use fake refunds, phony tax bills or threats of an audit. Some emails link to fake websites that look real. The scammers’ goal is to lure victims to give up their personal and financial information. If they’re successful, they use it to steal a victim’s money and their identity.

For  taxpayers who get a ‘phishing’ email, the IRS offers this advice:

  • Don’t reply to the message.
  • Don’t give out personal or financial information.
  • Forward the email to phishing@irs.gov. Then delete it.
  • Do not open any attachments or click on any links. They may have malicious code that will infect your computer.

More information on how to report phishing or phone scams is available on IRS.gov/phishing.

Avoid scams. The IRS does not initiate contact using social media or text message. The first contact normally comes in the mail. Those wondering if they owe money to the IRS can view their tax account information on IRS.gov to find out.

Additional IRS Resources:

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