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Is Your Small Business Retirement Plan Consistent With the New Tax Law?

Are you qualified to get the new 20% deduction allowed by the new tax law?  If not, the right kind of retirement plan may help you qualify to get that 20% deduction in addition to the deduction for the plan itself. Click here for an example.

What type of plan do you have now? Do you have a plan now? A good retirement plan should provide you a comfortable retirement for tomorrow as well as provide for tax advantages and other benefits like creditors protection today. When was the last time you had your retirement plan reviewed?

For complimentary retirement plan review, contact us.

Ask yourself the following questions:

- Am I receiving the maximum benefit from my annual plan contribution?
- Is there a way to increase my plan contribution for my benefit while decreasing contributions for my employees?
- Do I have the ability to reward staff differently based on their importance to my company?
- Is my plan’s design right for me and my company?

If your answer to any of these questions is “No” or “I don’t know”, you owe it to yourself to obtain a NO COST Retirement Plan Review. Contact us.

What is Retirement Plan Review?

A Retirement Plan Review is a thorough analysis of your current pension plan with the twofold goal of increasing your share of annual contribution and reducing your plan’s administrative expenses. Once review is complete, you will receive formal plan recommendation which is customized to meet your goals. Along with the Pension Protection Act combined with the New Tax Law dramatically increases the benefits available to owners and top executives like you. After completing your review, if we find that your current plan is the best available, at least you have the peace of mind knowing this fact and didn’t cost you a dime.

Let’s get started with your future today!

We will work with your CPA. Have your CPA contact us.

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