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According to the Chief Actuary of the Social Security Administration, “Currently, the Social Security Board of Trustees projects program cost to rise by 2035 so that taxes will be enough to pay for only 75 percent of scheduled benefits.” This bleak reality is not of great concern to the successful entrepreneur who may not need to rely heavily on social security benefits retirement. Yet, any potential reduction in social security benefits in the future is a serious threat to the well-being of the 28 million small business owners in America.

This post offers a couple of ways for the small business owner to improve his or her retirement cash flow during the earning years by reducing taxes and during the retirement years by having access to tax-free assets to pay living and health-related expenses. Read more…  paying taxes in retirement

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