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Discover share limitations according to your revenue, but there isn’t a threshold into the Roth conversions We’ll enterprise away starting a good Roth transformation for your matter, and we could possibly get break it up on parts Susan Travis: Well, you hit on one of the biggest misunderstandings about Roth to start with, and that is people think that they can’t do a Roth conversion because they make too much money. Roth conversions is more how much you can stomach paying the tax now. So, what we do for clients is we look at various scenarios. The important thing is now we are in probably the lowest income tax brackets that we are going to be in. And we can show over a lifetime, whether it’s just 10 years, or if it’s 40 years, how much tax we can save clients by doing Roth conversions now. And oftentimes, that savings gets into the millions of dollars. Doug Fabian: Great. So, one other aspect of the SECURE Act was some changes regarding 529 plans. Explain those to us. Susan Travis: Sure, if you’ve ever had an advisor say the 529 plan isn’t for you, it’s time to relook at that. They have become better. Then, of course, K-12 education continues to be available for 529 plans. So, one thing that’s not changing is the price of college continues to go up. The annual growth rate is 6.8%. So, 529 plans have become even more of an important planning tool for parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles, anyone that wants to help out with college education costs in the future. Loans are now able to be used to purchase costs, instructions, supplies, and you will gadgets certainly apprenticeship apps, around $10,100000 altogether, perhaps not a-year, is going to be withdrawn to settle college loans Doug Fabian: So, let’s talk about the future of tax and estate laws in America. Now, today, we know there are no new tax laws that have been passed by the Biden administration, but there are some proposed changes. In addition, there is a change coming that is under the radar of most families, and that is the sunset provision or expiration of the $11.7 million exemption from estate taxes that exists today.