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Event Replay (see video below) – Roth Conversions and Reverse Mortgages
This class is taught by Steve Resch, CLTC; VP of Retirement Strategies at FAR; Investment Advisor and partner in a wealth management firm.
A new consideration for paying taxes incurred with a Roth Conversion could be the use of home equity with a reverse mortgage. This provides the liquidity that might not otherwise be available to reallocate a portion of your net worth into an income tax free status, creating tax and cash flow flexibility and potentially a higher net worth over time.
We will walk through this topic, the benefits this strategy brings, and even note when it is most clearly a good solution!
Additionally we will delve deeper into multiple scenarios that helped draw these clear conclusions. You don’t want to miss out on this comprehensive review of this strategy.
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How to benefit and protect your client’s portfolio by integrating the New Reverse Mortgage.
Many Financial Advisors understand that a Reverse Mortgage is not a panacea, nor a single tool to substitute for making sure that their clients have enough in their retirement savings and investments to fund their lifestyle needs, but, for retirees or soon to be retirees, a Reverse Mortgage may be appropriate, and beneficial.
There are many ways that a HECM (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage) or Reverse Mortgage can be used as a powerful tool to benefit your clients. If used strategically, your clients can even see growth in their available funds through a Reverse Mortgage Line of Credit. (LOC)
By accessing equity in their homes, can help eligible clients leave their current investment portfolio untouched for longer, can delay collecting social security, and enable your clients to free up cash to invest in other investments within their portfolio.
The New Reverse Mortgage can be used to:
These are just the beginning of many ways that your clients may use or may have a need for to help supplement their retirement income.
The Reverse Mortgage is not the catch all to retirement, but renowned researchers have shown that home owners 62 years of age and older can find benefit when they use the Reverse Mortgage as part of their retirement strategy.
Whether you’re looking to add new wealth management clients,or simply improve your client’s existing financial plans – With different rules and qualification criteria to follow, it’s important that you have a toolbox full of resources to help you determine which of your clientele could benefit from a Reverse Mortgage refinance or Reverse Mortgage purchase.