Retirement Accounts

Most Confusing Parts Of The Income Tax Code, Part 3: Retirement Accounts

Many provisions of the Internal Revenue Code are complicated. Proper interpretation of the rules and regulations contained in these provisions requires the assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable tax professional. The third part of our series about the most confusing provisions of the Internal Revenue Code addresses retirement accounts.

There are over a dozen different tax-advantaged retirement savings accounts, each with its own set of rules governing contributions, distributions and when money may be withdrawn without incurring any penalties.

Why Is It Confusing?

  • There are a large list of incentives from which to choose