Your assets should grow – not sit idle. Your busy lifestyle doesn’t need to prevent you from keeping up to date with your retirement plan, stock options, and deferred compensation plan benefits. You’ve achieved or are working towards the highest degree of professional success in your career. Now let us help you capitalize on your financial success.
What does retirement look like to you? Is it in the next few years, is it in the next few decades? Is it early or do you feel like it will never happen?
- Are you able to retire today and maintain your current lifestyle?
- When can you afford to retire?
- What does your lifestyle look like?
- How much money should you be saving in order to retire comfortably by the age of 60?
- How much money do you need to retire today?
- Are you making the necessary changes to your plan to retire early?
Planning for Income, Saving to Retire
Retirement planning is more than just a 401k or an IRA. These options are popular because of the tax advantages. There are other investments that can grow and build value over time to supplement your retirement income. Therefore, retirement has become a comprehensive approach and our process is to assist you in reaching your goals.
Individual Retirement Plans, Roth IRA Account, Rollover Plan
Individual planning is important for individuals with taxable income looking to save money, but do not have a plan offered through their employer.
- Traditional IRA
- Roth IRA
- Rollover IRA (rollover from previous company 401k/403b plan)
If you need assistance navigating the waters of retirement planning, click here to contact us today for a complimentary review of your current individual and employer programs, or to get a start on your retirement planning journey.
Employer Retirement Options, 401K, Pension
There are many options for employers to offer employee benefits. More information on business planning can be found here. This may be as simple as offering a vehicle for employees to contribute a set dollar amount of percentage of their paycheck to a retirement plan. Some employers may even offer a matching contribution amount to help you save even more. The most popular of these employer sponsored retirement plans is the 401k.
- SIMPLE/SEP Plan
- Defined Benefit Plan
- Defined Contribution Plan
- DB/DC Combination Plan
Conceptually, these plans are designed similarly, to help support the retirement of the owners and employees. They each have variations that make them different and should be discussed with your financial advisor in more detail if you are interested in the implementation of these plans.
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