If you take a distribution from your IRA intending to make a 60-day rollover, but for some reason the funds don't get to the new IRA trustee in time, the tax impact can be significant. In general, the rollover is invalid, the distribution becomes a taxable event, and you're treated as having made a regular, instead of a rollover, contribution to the new IRA. But all may not be lost.
A pooled income fund is a trust with both charitable and noncharitable beneficiaries. It is established and run by a public charity, not by you. The charity "pools" the contributions of many people, invests the money, and then distributes to you (or your designated beneficiary) an annual payment of income prorated to match your contribution to the fund.
A Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policy, sold by private companies, can help pay some of the health care costs that Tags: