401(k) and 403(b) Plans

401(k)

Once upon a time, most American adults were employed, and worked many years for the same company. In the past three decades, so many people are either self-employed or work only a few years before moving to the next company, that the traditional retirement pension was too cumbersome to be effective.

A 401(k) is a retirement savings account, sometimes fed by an employer, but in most cases, the primary contributor is worker/owner of the account. The contributor may begin withdrawing funds at the age of 59 ½ without incurring a tax penalty. Then they pay taxes at their current rate on everything that is withdrawn. Do you think taxes are going up, down, or staying the same??

403(b)

The 403(b) is similar to the 401(k) plan, but is specifically for self-employed ministers, some hospital service organizations, public education organizations, and some non-profit employers (with 501(c)(3) organization).

A long term care insurance policy can only be cancelled for nonpayment, and it is guaranteed renewable for life.

 



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InsurAtlanta, Inc., is an Atlanta-based agency advising clients on purchasing health, life, and disability insurance coverage, long-term care coverage, as well as customized plans for their financial future. InsurAtlanta brings more than two decades of extensive experience in long-term insurance and retirement planning for individuals, professionals, small business owners and families.

InsurAtlanta's Howard L. Silvermintz is both a Chartered Life Underwriter® (CLU), offering expertise on risk management to clients on topics like financial planning, insurance law, estate planning, and business planning; and a Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC), focusing on financial planning disciplines, including insurance, income taxation, retirement planning, investments and estate planning.