Have you accounted for all the taxes you’ll need to pay in your retirement journey?  Financial Advisor Terry DuPont and Stonewood Financial CEO Becky Swansburg discuss how most investors are not keyed into the impact of taxes on their retirement accounts. People preparing for retirement are usually concerned with market fluctuations but don’t consider that tax increases can harm their portfolios just as much. Terry works with clients at his firm, DuPont Wealth Management, to help mitigate these risks through diversification and help them understand their overall tax liabilities. Taxes are scheduled to go up in 2026, so now is a good time to see if account conversions make sense for you.

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