Tax Efficient Retirement Planning Strategies
Your contributions to retirement accounts has grown a mountain of tax liabilities, now what?
Savings Tax Liabilities
We are taught at an early age the power of compound growth in retirment accounts. That part is true. What is not highlighted is the growing layer that insulates our savings with tax liabilities.
As we access retirement accounts that have been added to over time through after tax dollars, we must first pay the tax liabilities on those assets which can reduce the nest egg by more than 50%.
two common plans offered by employers that allow employees to deduct and allocate pre-tax dollars for retirment savings.
IRA/SEP IRA/Solo 401(k)
accounts that self employed individuals use to grow retirement assets.
IRAs are also used as rollover vehicles to aggregate assets when employees leave a company