Most people in their pre-retirement and retirement years own some type of pre-taxed traditional retirement plan, like an IRA, 401(k), 403(b), etc. And while it is very smart to save for retirement, many
Taxes seem like they are everywhere, and unfortunately as we said last week, they don’t stop in retirement. The bottom line is most people hate paying taxes and want to do everything possible to minimize
The employer sponsored retirement plan is one of the most popular types of retirement savings plans. In fact, most people, at some point in their lives, have contributed to some type of employer savings
For the most part, owning and funding an IRA seems pretty simple; Put money in, let it grow and then draw it out at retirement. Unfortunately, it is not that simple as there is a lot more to it than that.
There are many different types of effective trusts for accomplishing specific things in retirement and estate planning. Unfortunately, many people don’t ever consider using a trust because of the perception