Craig Bolanos was featured in Debbie Carlson’s article “Want to Do a Free Roth IRA Conversion and Be Charitable? Here’s How.” appearing in Barron’s Magazine. In it, Craig gives his thoughts on qualified charitable deductions and how donations up to a certain dollar amount might be a smart move for retirees who can give. Click below to read the full article!
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