ASC Community Partnerships presents IRA Tax Workshop for retirees

With the turn of the New Year, income taxes once again become an issue on everyone's mind. Income tax filings and paperwork can be a complicated affair, no less so, for recent and long time retirees drawing funds from their retirement accounts. ASC Community Partnerships, in order to help the Valley's retired population avoid any potential tax issues, will be hosting the “Top 10 IRA Mistakes" class for two workshops in January. This class, taught by IRA Advisor Michael Dalsaso, will guide owners of IRA, 403(b), 401(k) and other retirement accounts through common retirement challenges and tax-traps, to help participants make the most of their money. This course could be invaluable to anyone soon to be or recently retired, as well as those who think they're paying more taxes on their retirement drawings than they should be.

Michael Dalsaso has consulted, managed, and marketed retirement plans throughout the U.S. since 1994. He is the immediate past-President for the local chapter of NAIFA (National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors) and their current Ethics Chairman. He was the Risk Manager for the Southern Ute Nation, has earned Professional Designations, and served as a Naval Officer after graduating from Colorado State University's School of Business.

The two part class will be held from 10a.m. until 12p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21 and Saturday, Jan. 28, in the Community Partnerships Building. The workshop fee is $50, which covers both sessions. In addition to the course, all participants will receive a copy of the book "Top 10 IRA Mistakes: How to Avoid IRS Tax Traps" by David Royer. To register for the course, please contact Jenna Meyer at 719-587-8227 or asc_bsc@adams.edu in advance, to insure that the proper amount of books and class resources can be prepared.