Friday, October 21st, 2016

Wisconsin finally changed the tax code for conversions of traditional IRAs to Roth IRAs to match the rest of the country and the federal government. It’s now okay for you to do your taxes. Another victory for the good guys, and an issue I wrote about for the MacIver Institute. Print this entry

The effort to change Wisconsin’s tax code to match the federal tax code regarding IRA conversions has been getting some favorable editorial support. Today it was the Wisconsin State Journal: The federal government is making it easier for more people to convert their traditional retirement accounts to Roth IRAs. Wisconsin needs to quickly adjust its […]

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has an article covering the failure of the state legislature to bring the state’s tax code into line with the federal government’s tax law when it comes to the conversion of your IRA to a Roth IRA: The new federal rules unleashed a barrage of advertising from financial service firms and […]

Guess what? Wisconsin is preventing you from taking advantage of a change in federal law making converting from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA easier. What’s worse, Wisconsin is the only state doing it. Unlike the rest of the country, Wisconsin law did not change with the federal law. People trying to take advantage […]

If he believes in birthdays. Hard to tell. From Wikipedia: Over time, Hurley became a strict vegan and an adherent to the straightedge style of living. He was inspired to pick up the drumsticks early on by Metallica’s Lars Ulrich, and though he played in plenty of acts throughout the years including Project Rocket, Arma […]