Carve-out planning is one of the best options available for small business employers. By making use of Defined Benefit plans, employers will be able to provide opportunities for employees to contribute to a retirement plan while saving money in the long run. The following article discusses how small businesses can benefit from establishing a Defined Benefit plan and allowing employees carve-out planning as an option.
Asset Protection and Tax minimization For Small Business Owners: "Carve Out" Planning
Many people are unaware of the options they will have with qualified plans. Some things can be done to alter the numbers so they are in favor of highly compensated employees. Using carve out planning is one of the great options because it is fully asset protected and will optimize your retirement account and minimize taxes.
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