By Kristin Carter, CPA – Vice President, Tax Officer As this challenging and unprecedented year comes to a close, there is still a small window of time to take stock of your tax situation and make some tax-advantageous moves for…
It is a very good use of time for a business owner or executive to review your retirement plan to ensure that you are providing the best benefit possible to your employees and to also reduce the potential for a lawsuit for breach of fiduciary duty.
Regardless of the age of your children it is important to educate them about money and the concepts of earning, spending, saving, investing, and giving.
The Federal Reserve has reduced interest rates three times this year. So, what are the implications for low and even negative interest rates, globally and domestically?
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Retirement means your regular paycheck has stopped and now you are in charge of managing your own cash flow.
401(k) plans are very flexible in how they can be designed and can be changed as the company’s goals change, but most plan sponsors don’t review their plan’s provisions on a regular basis.
There are three things retirement plan fiduciaries should implement and follow to reduce their risk.