529 to Roth IRA Transfers: A New Backdoor Roth Contribution Strategy Is Born

With the passing of the Secure Act 2.0, starting in 2024, owners of 529 accounts will now have the ability to transfer up to $35,000 from their 529 college savings account directly to a Roth IRA for the beneficiary of the account. While on the surface, this would just seem like a fantastic new option for parents that have money leftover in 529 accounts for their children, it is potentially much more than that. In creating this new rule, the IRS may have inadvertently opened up a new way for high-income earners to move up to $35,000 into a Roth IRA, creating a new “backdoor Roth IRA contribution” strategy for high-income earners and their family members.

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