Important things to know:
- The NUA strategy can only be done for a lump-sum distribution from the 401(k)
- Proceeds must go into a non-retirement brokerage account (not into an IRA)
- Utilizing this strategy may not save tax dollars
- Triggering event must occur:
The Net Unrealized Appreciation strategy is typically best suited for company stock that has had significant appreciation (low cost initially, high value now). While tax savings and diversifying out of a concentrated position are both positives, because of the other factors involved, it is prudent to speak with one of our Lockheed Martin Retirement Specialists to determine if this may be appropriate for your unique circumstance. Call us today at 817-210-3444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a Complementary Consultation.
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