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From starting your business to health insurance to tax savings and more, these topical guides help you navigate step-by-step through the murky waters.

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Retirement Plans & Strategies

Gene Perret once said of retirement, “It’s nice to get out of the rat race, but you have to get along with less cheese.” One of the greatest fears as a business owner or a self-employed entrepreneur is the inevitable time at which they will have to step away from everything they have created. As the owner of a consulting business and a financial planner for the last 6 years, I often meet with business owners to help design their retirement packages. The truth is, there are quite a number of options for retirement plans, and most of my clients are not even aware of most of the types of retirement accounts available. In this article, we will discuss the various types of retirement plans and offer insights into a few strategies that are commonly used by small business owners and self-employed entrepreneurs. For the sake of brevity and clarity, this article will only cover retirement plans and strategies available to for-profit businesses.

 

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Self-Employed Magazine

Peruse the archives of our award-winning magazine for in-depth articles on managing the recession, networking skills, management tips, member profiles, NASE news, and more help boost your bottom line.

Tax Talk Blog 

Get fast, knowledgeable answers to your tax questions from the CPAs at NASE TaxTalk.

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