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2021 Tax Rates, Schedules and Contribution Limits

A summary of useful tax information to help you prepare for the 2021 tax year.

Should a trust be part of your estate plan?

Finding time to manage your assets can be difficult. And you may not be comfortable leaving substantial assets outright to beneficiaries.

It’s Not Too Late to Make an IRA Contribution

Contributions to an individual retirement account made before April 15, 2021 can be claimed on your taxes, one of the few potential savings still available for the 2020 tax year — and a way to boost retirement income!

How to Approach Retirement Planning in a Pandemic

Waylon Peterson, TCU President of Investment Services, joined TCU Talks to discuss how to approach retirement savings amid the economic volatility the pandemic has created.

Three Extra Months to Save for Retirement

Did you know you have until July 15 to make contributions to IRA and health savings accounts that apply to the 2019 tax year? If you’re fortunate enough to have a few extra dollars, you might want to take advantage of the extension.

Investing Under the Influence of Coronavirus

With the virus raising widespread concern, TCU answers questions to help you plan in this unpredictable environment.

Taking Stock in a Volatile Market

In uncertain times, using history as a guide can help people retain peace of mind and remain on steady ground as they evaluate their investments. TCU Investment Services offers perspective on protecting your portfolio’s health.

2020 Tax Rates, Schedules and Contribution Limits

Here are the numbers and tables needed to prepare your 2020 tax returns.

Note: Federal and state tax filing deadlines in Indiana and Michigan have been extended three months to July 15 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In making the announcement on March 20, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin encouraged people who are set to receive refunds to file earlier so they can get their money more quickly.

Strategies to Help Deal with Market Volatility

When the news seems alarming, your financial professional knows best how events affect your investment and retirement strategy. Tune out the noise and turn to a trusted partner to determine what's best for your financial well-being. 

A Look at the SECURE Act's Impact on Retirement

The SECURE Act — the first meaningful update to the law governing the retirement system in nearly 15 years — has created important changes for retirement planning. See how the new law will affect the ways you prepare yourself financially for your golden years.