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Reduce Your Taxes and Increase Savings with a Cash Balance Plan
What is a Cash Balance Plan?

Cash balance plans resemble 401(k)/Profit Sharing plans, with some key differences. The advantage is that they combine the high contribution amounts of a defined benefit plan with some of the flexibility and the portability of 401(k)/Profit Sharing plans.

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Tax Advantages of Cash Balance Plans

Tax deductions are hard to come by, especially those that reduce ordinary income dollar for dollar. Cash balance plans can have a positve impact on individual taxes reducing your tax burden and accelerating retirement savings.

Cash Balance contributions reduce both taxable income AND adjusted gross income (AGI), helping you minimize your taxes.

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Cash Balance 101 Primer

A Cash Balance plan is a type of IRS-qualified retirement plan known as a "hybrid" plan. In a Cash Balance Plan, each participant has an account that grows annually in two ways: first, an employer contribution and second, an interest credit, which is guaranteed rather than dependant on the plan's investment performance.

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Ideal Candidates for Cash Balance Plans

Cash Balance Plans are not a fit for every employer. Certain demographics and 401(k)/Profit Sharing Plan designs must be present to make a Cash Balance Plan tick.

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Contribution Limits

Cash Balance Plans allow for signficant annual contributions resulting in significant tax savings.

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