Tax Diversification and Retirement
Taxes are part of Americans’ financial lives and help afford much of what makes this country great. Yet, for those entering and in retirement when preserving and protecting every penny becomes a priority, minimizing tax liabilities can be especially important.
Tax risk is a real cost in retirement and can affect a retiree’s income through increases, reduced deductions, and a higher-than-expected tax bracket. The good news is that tax diversification strategies work to reduce future tax liabilities, potentially add to one’s total retirement income amount, and provide for beneficiaries thereafter. You and a guest are invited to an informational dinner event for area residents who are retired or nearing retirement. This no-obligation seminar will provide the educational content key to those concerned about taxes in retirement.
The Tax Diversification and Retirement Workshop is Designed to Help you Understand the:
- Six Fundamental Financial Planning Considerations
- Potential impact of taxes on retirement income
- Possible increasing tax risk into the future
- Strategies to help mitigate tax risk in retirement