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Old 11-02-2019, 03:25 PM   #1
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Does anybody use Right Capital software? I like it for tax planning in retirement, however, I'm a minister and a portion of my 403b distribution will be designated housing. I have not found a way to include that in the software. Any ideas or recommendations? Does anybody know of a software that can factor in a housing allowance as part of a distribution?
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Probably not since the minimum price is a 12 month committment for $125/month.

Can you elaborate on how this designated housing distribution from the 403b works?
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Being an ordained minister a portion of my salary is designated as housing and I pay only self-employment tax. I will do the same through the custodian of my 403b when I begin receiving distributions. For example, lets say I am receiving $1000 a month from the 403b. I designate $300 as housing allowance. I will pay tax on $700. The $300 is tax free. My cuandre is I will start ROTH conversions in December within my 403b. I don't need to convert all of it because of the housing.
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