5 Reasons to Protect Your Retirement Accounts Now
During your lifetime, your retirement account has asset protection, but as soon as you pass that account to a loved one, that protection evaporates. This means one lawsuit and POOF! Your life long, hard earned savings could be gone.
Fortunately, there is an answer. A special trust called a “Standalone Retirement Trust” (SRT) can protect inherited assets from your beneficiaries’ creditors. We’ll show you what we mean.
When your spouse, child, or other loved one inherits your retirement account, their creditors have the power to seize it and take it as their own.
If you’re like most people, you’re thinking of protecting your retirement account? Here are 5 reasons we think you’re right.
You’ve Worked Hard To Protect & Grow Your Wealth – Let’s Keep It That Way
You worked hard to save the money in those retirement accounts and your beneficiaries’ creditors shouldn’t be able take it from them. Let us show you how an SRT can help you protect your assets as well as provide tax deferred growth. NOW is the best time.
Whitney Sorrell is a former IRS Revenue Agent turned tax attorney and CPA. Mr. Sorrell’s law practice focuses on business organizations and federal tax planning, IRS dispute resolution, asset protection planning for small business owners, and estate planning for nigh net worth individuals.