Cash Balance Plans
In a CBP, each participant has an account that resembles those in a 401(k) or profit sharing plan. To many a CBP participant account reminds them of a pass book savings account.
The reason you may not have heard about CBPs is because until the Pension Protection Act (PPA) of 2006, CBPs were not used. However, after the PPA, these plans are the plan of choice by clients who are familiar with them.
Unfortunately, that’s part of the problem. Most advisors do not know how the PPA has opened up new doors when it comes to implementing legally discriminatory CBPs. Our firm is extremely familiar with the unique benefits of CBPs and we welcome the opportunity to help you learn about them so you can determine if a plan is right for your particular situation.
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Is a Cash Balance Plan the appropriate choice for you and your business? If you feel the clock ticking, perhaps it’s time to contact our office for a free consultation to find out (which you can do by e-mailing email@example.com).