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Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm
Hastings, Nebraska Financial Advisors

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In life, surprise expenses are bound to happen. If you had an unexpected emergency expense of $400, would you be able to pay for it? If your answer is, “No,” you’re not alone. Forty-four percent of Americans said they would have difficulty with an emergency expense of $400.(1) Furthermore, 140 million Americans have little or...
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Related Employers/Entities The Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”), and the regulations promulgated thereunder, require that certain related entities are treated as a single employer for qualified plan purposes. The rules for determining whether an entity is “related” under the Code can be complex. We strongly recommend that you seek legal counsel to help determine whether...
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Much has been made of the current state of the American worker as it pertains to their retirement savings. According to a recent study by the General Accountability Office, 29% of Americans 55 and older do not have any retirement savings or pension plan and those who have saved are woefully behind with 55-64 year...
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PARTICIPATING IN THE COMPANY’S RETIREMENT PLAN is a smart and important decision. Smart because you are putting away small amounts today for a comfortable retirement later. As your account begins to grow, it may be tempting to “dip into” your retirement savings by taking a loan against your retirement plan to pay your annual taxes,...
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IRS LIMITS ON RETIREMENT BENEFITS AND COMPENSATION As published in IRS News Release IR-2019-179, Nov. 6, 2019 HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES FOR 2020 The contribution limit for employees who participate in 401(k), 403(b), most 457 plans, and the federal government’s Thrift Savings Plan is increased from $19,000 to $19,500. The catch-up contribution limit for employees aged...
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Healthcare costs are on the rise, and employers expect double-digit growth in the next decade. As a result, there’s a growing trend toward financial wellness programs included with employee benefits, as this both benefits employees and minimizes a company’s fiduciary risk. In addition to these growing trends, workers are beginning to look for the during...
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Many companies are outsourcing more and more activities, mainly because outsourcing can provide cost savings and increase productivity. Outsourcing allows companies to focus more on their core businesses, rather than spending time on areas outside their expertise. For retirement plan sponsors, outsourcing services makes sense for these reasons as well as others. Reduced Risks. As...
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As an employer, you’re responsible for keeping your company’s retirement plan in compliance at all times. Additionally your plan document should be reviewed on an annual basis and administered accordingly. The IRS offers useful tips for plan sponsors, helping you to stay compliant, informed and prepared to provide the best possible retirement plan for your...
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Retirement is a whole new phase of life. You’ll experience many new things, and you’ll leave others behind – but what you won’t avoid is taxes. If you’ve followed the advice of retirement plan consultants, you’re probably saving in tax-advantaged retirement accounts. These types of accounts defer taxes until withdrawal, and you’ll probably withdraw funds...
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