Key Elements of a Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan

Deferred compensation is a term broadly used to describe any agreement between you and your employer to hold back your compensation until a future date or event, such as your retirement.

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Is Your W-4 Withholding Accurate?

We all know that federal income taxes are withheld from our paychecks. But are you aware of the degree of control you have over how much is withheld? Here, we’ll discuss the importance of having an accurate W-4 holding, including how recent changes to the tax code present a unique situation for taxpayers in 2018. 

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Finding the Right Risk Management Tool and the Right Time

Each generation of people has different financial and risk management needs, and those needs evolve over time. Helping your clients identify key concerns at various milestones is a great way to start a conversation about their present and future circumstances. Often, they may not be aware of gaps in their financial plan.

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The Family Conversation: Addressing Your Health Care Needs in Retirement

Maybe you and your family have already attempted to have “the conversation.” You know the one: the discussion about your and your spouse’s assets and what will be done with those assets during the rest of your lives and after you pass away. Perhaps, because of your children’s sibling rivalries, the family conversation turned to one about gifts and inheritances and about who deserves more or less of the assets based on “good” or “bad” behavior. If things continued this way, you likely skipped over the most important aspect of this conversation: how the assets will be used to pay for your health care during retirement and how much that health care will cost. 

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"Retirement" vs. Financial Independence

Presented by Reed Bermingham

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10 Common Retirement Mistakes

 

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