Retirement planner Mark Fricks says taxes are just a reality in retirement and it’s best to accept that and plan for it now. He says people need to be mindful of likely increased taxes in the future to help offset the skyrocketing federal deficit and government spending. Retirees will also have to pay taxes on their 401(k), IRA and 403(b) withdrawals, and these dollars can add up. He also expects Social Security to become fully taxable in the future. His business helps clients with their Retirement Roadmap, which consists of meeting with clients 6-10 times to create a thorough plan of minimizing taxes and maximizing income for retirement.
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Advisory services offered through MasterPlan Retirement Consultants, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisor in the state of Georgia. Insurance services offered through Fricks and Associates, Inc. dba MasterPlan Retirement Consultants. Tax services offered through MasterPlan Tax Services, Inc. The aforementioned are affiliated companies. This material has been provided for informational and educational purposes only and is not endorsed or affiliated with the Social Security Administration or any government agency.
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