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Tax Savings Strategies
Watch this short video from a Fisher small business specialist to learn how business owners can use IRS sanctioned strategies to reduce their tax burden and turbo-charge their retirement savings.
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Male Voice: A lot of small business owners don't realize how much they're missing out on tax advantage savings. You might be one of them. A tax strategy is a tool that small business owners can use to mitigate how much they pay in taxes and potentially increase how much they're saving for retirement.
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An optimal tax strategy, utilizing the retirement plan can help business owners save upwards of a hundred thousand dollars on their taxes each year.
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Fisher Investments specializes in helping business owners leverage their retirement plan to reduce their tax liability.
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For example, a tax mitigation strategy we often deploy for high earning business owners is our three-layer cake strategy.
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In layer one, the owner should maximize their personal retirement plan contributions.
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Up to $26,000 each year for some individuals. This is important because these contributions reduce the owner's taxable income dollar for dollar.
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With layer two, the owner should maximize their retirement contribution they receive from the company.
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This can be up to $64,500 for certain individuals. In this case, it's important because it's a tax reducing business expense the owner gets to keep.
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With layer three, add a cash balance plan. This is done in order to defer income beyond the limits of a typical 401(k) and profit sharing plan. Contributions are tax deductible, so they reduce business taxes and personal taxes, and they grow tax deferred.
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In some instances, this can be upwards of $300,000 or more each year for the business owner.
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And as I mentioned before, for some clients, this can save them upwards of a hundred thousand dollars in taxes each year.
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Navigating this complexity takes professional guidance.
The words "Fisher Investments" are displayed above the cake.
Here at Fisher Investments, we have the expertise to help our clients optimize their retirement plans and achieve their tax mitigation goals acting in our client's best interest, so when you do better, we do better. That's the Fisher difference.
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