With Americans enjoying longer and more productive retirement than ever, you need an investment portfolio that continues to work for you. But with the enormous amount of information available to today's investor, the big picture can be a little overwhelming. Whether your personal situation requires low volatility liquid assets, or longer term investments with potentially higher returns, it's important to first discuss your options with a trusted financial advisor.
At Superior Financial Services, we can help you sort through all of the clutter, bring your investment goals into focus, and design a portfolio to help you meet them. We stay focused on the one thing that matters most - finding well-managed investments, one at a time, through intensive financial analysis and hands-on research.
What should you do when you leave an employer for a new job but have a retirement plan you are leaving behind? Although you may take a straight cash distribution or leave your money in your old employer's plan, you could benefit by doing a direct rollover of your retirement savings into an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). IRA's may be invested in many different types of investments, including but not limited to: IRA CDs; IRA mutual funds; IRA annuities; and IRA stocks & bonds.
The same rollover and investment procedures are available with most 403(b) plans as are available with 401(k) rollovers. Many investments, however, are unavailable for 403(b)/TSA plans.
A tax-deferred pension plan available to self-employed individuals or unincorporated businesses for retirement purposes. Also known as HR(10), KEOGH plans can invest in the same set of securities as 401(k)s and IRAs, including stocks, bonds, CDs, annuities.
Since their creation in 1996, 529 plans have offered investors a tax-advantaged way to save for the rising costs of college. Anyone can contribute to an account and make up to $60,000 worth of contributions per beneficiary in a single year without triggering the federal gift tax. There are no age or time limit requirements for when you can withdraw funds, and any withdrawals can be used to pay for higher education expenses and are exempted from federal income taxes and Ohio state income taxes. Ohio residents may also deduct up to $2,000 in contributions per year per beneficiary from their state taxes.
Trusts offered through MEMBERS Trust. Trust products are not Federally insured, are not obligations of or guaranteed by Superior Trust Services, Superior Wealth Management or Superior Credit Union, and involve investment risks, including possible loss of principal.
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