Most people are familiar with the tax advantages to the participant of a 401(k) plan. There are also many benefits to an employer for implementing a 401(k) plan. Many of these are financial. The first, and most obvious benefit to the employer, is the tax advantages which can offset so
Everyone knows saving for your retirement is important. One attractive option is the Roth IRA. Contributions to a Roth IRA are not deductible in the year they are made as traditional IRAs, but they grow tax free and will not be taxed in retirement when distributions are taken. For 201
Qualified retirement plans are intended to provide income to participants when they reach retirement age. Required minimum distributions (RMDs) are the distributions that must be made from the retirement plan in order to meet regulations and avoid significant penalties. The IRS requir
There are many tax deadlines and requirements this time of year. Don’t forget Employer contributions to a Profit Sharing Plan for a Plan year ending on December 31, 2016 must be deposited into the plan by the due date of your business tax return, including any extensions. If you
When it comes to retirement plan savings, many people wonder whether it is better to invest pre-tax dollars or after-tax dollars. May 401(k) plans offer the option of traditional pre-tax deferrals and after-tax Roth deferrals. The answer to this question, unfortunately, is not simple.