LeTort Trust Announces the Appointments of Tya Rumbel and Katrina Douglas

Camp Hill, PA (September 7, 2023) – LeTort Trust is pleased to announce growth to our Operations Team through the recent additions of Tya Rumbel as Operations Specialist and Katrina Douglas as Client Concierge. Tya provides support to the Personal Trust department, focusing on essential functions such as client bill pay, distributions, and compiling documentation… Read more

IRS announces administrative transition period for new Roth catch up requirement; catch-up contributions still permitted after 2023

Washington (August 25, 2023) – Today, the Internal Revenue Service announced an administrative transition period that extends until 2026 the new requirement that any catch-up contributions made by higher‑income participants in 401(k) and similar retirement plans must be designated as after-tax Roth contributions. At the same time, the IRS also clarified that plan participants who… Read more

Five Ways SECURE 2.0 Changes the Required Minimum Distribution Rules

The SECURE 2.0 legislation included in the $1.7 trillion appropriations bill passed late last year builds on changes established by the original Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act (SECURE 1.0) enacted in 2019. SECURE 2.0 includes significant changes to the rules that apply to required minimum distributions from IRAs and employer retirement plans…. Read more

LeTort Trust Assists Hampden Township Police Department with Backpack Project 2022

Camp Hill, PA (August 23, 2022) – LeTort Trust was delighted to assist our friends at the Hampden Township Police Department with Backpack Project 2022 which will help get essential school supplies to students in need. Detective Redifer with the police department started this project, knowing first-hand, how important it is for kids to feel… Read more

IRA and Retirement Plan Limits for 2023

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced that the amount individuals can contribute to their 401(k) plans in 2023 has increased to $22,500, up from $20,500 for 2022. The IRS also issued technical guidance regarding all of the cost‑of‑living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for pension plans and other retirement-related items for tax year 2023 posted… Read more

Phyllis Harmon Selected for Tribute to Women of Excellence Class of 2022

Previous Next The YWCA Greater Harrisburg has announced their nominations for the 33rd Annual Tribute to Women of Excellence, Class of 2022, including LeTort’s Chief Operating Officer & Director of Wealth Management, Phyllis Harmon. Phyllis is passionate about helping our clients, a mentor to our staff, and dedicated to giving back to our community. She… Read more

Saving for College and Retirement

What is it? These days it’s not uncommon for parents to postpone starting a family until both spouses are settled in their marriage and careers, often well into their 30s and 40s. Though this financial security can be an advantage, it can also present a dilemma–the need to save for college and retirement at the… Read more

Financial Basics for Millennials

With age comes responsibility, so if you’re a young adult in your 20s or 30s, chances are you’ve been introduced to the realities of adulthood. While you’re excited by all the opportunities life has to offer, you’re also aware of your emerging financial responsibility. In the financial realm, the millennial generation (young adults born between 1981 and 1997) faces a unique set of challenges, including a competitive job market and significant student loan debt that can make it difficult to obtain financial stability. Read More

Retirement Income: The Transition Into Retirement

If you’re a decade or so away from retirement, you’ve probably spent at least some time thinking about this major life change. How will you manage the transition? Will you travel, take up a new sport or hobby, or spend more time with friends and family? Should you consider relocating? Will you continue to work in some capacity? Will changes in your income sources affect your standard of living? Read More

How Does A 401(k) Plan Work?

Qualified cash or deferred arrangements (CODAs) permitted under Section 401(k) of the Internal Revenue Code, commonly referred to as “401(k) plans,” have become one of the most popular types of employer-sponsored retirement plans. Read More

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