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Retirement Options for Business Owners

Thu 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Topic: Other

Did you know that business owners can recruit and retain employees with affordable retirement benefits? How can business owners create a retirement nest egg for themselves? Regardless if you're a 1-person business or an owner of a large company, personal & business retirement planning tend to get pushed to the side as you focus on the day-to-day activities of managing & growing your business. Take a minute TODAY to think about how implementing a retirement program into your business can help you save for retirement and offer significant benefits to your business and your employees (if you have any). Learn how to: • Defining the different types of retirement plans • Explaining the advantages and disadvantages of each and which is the best for your business • How retirement plans can benefit your employees, and increase employee retention • Potential tax benefits to you and your business for each plan • How succession planning, retirement planning, and wealth management are crucial for your future success.

Speaker(s): Vasili Zois, The Zois Group

Co-Sponsor(s): SBDC Miami Regionals

Web link will be sent prior to start time.

Fee: No Cost

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