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Strategies

There are many strategies to consider when establishing a  retirement plan when you consider saving strategies, funding strategies and plan design strategies, all of which come into play when setting up a qualified retirement plan.

How you set a plan up for the owner and employee retirement savings can play an important role in determining whether everyone participates as intended.

Funding the plan properly may ultimately provide increased retirement benefits and additional tax deductions for your company.  And yet, in a small business environment, contributions are simply transferred from the business operating account, creating a tax deduction in the process, to your company's retirement trust account. 

Many business owners are surprised to learn just how much how much of the total company contribution can be credited to their own retirement account.  We created a 'Funding Allocation' chart to provide an example of the various funding allocation methods afforded a small company.  We encourage you to visit our funding strategies section for a detailed explanation.

Proper plan design plays a fundamental role in the success, or failure, of your retirement plan.  Choosing a pension specialist with experience is paramount to ensuring a plan design that meets your goals and objectives is attained.  We encourage you to contact us or request a proposal to determine how a plan may be effectively designed to meet your company's needs.

We ask that you rely on our expertise and experience to design a plan that makes sense for you and your company.  Please contact us to discuss your current plan and/or your goals and ideas to either redesign your current plan or to start a new plan.  To begin the 'request for proposal' process - Click Here

 

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Funding Strategies

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Plan Types

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Plan Formats

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Document Formats

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Saving Strategies

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Information is provided for review and consideration only. Please consult legal and tax advisors for practical advice pertaining to your business and personal situations.

This page was last reviewed and/or updated on Friday, July 03, 2015 05:22 PM

 

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