The SECURE Act & Your Retirement: Expert Roundtable
Here’s the truth: The SECURE Act has changed everything. You basically have three choices on where you can send your money when you pass on. It can be to a charity, the ones you love, or to the government. And the SECURE Act has basically ensured that if you do nothing, the third option will be your choice.
So if you don’t mind sending all of your money to the government, then go ahead and skip this video now. There’s no need to continue. But if you care about the hard-earned wealth that you’ve accumulated over your lifetime and where it goes and sending as little to Uncle Sam as possible, stick around for a roundtable discussion.
Dean is joined by subject matter experts in this roundtable discussion about the SECURE Act. Along with CPA and CFP® JoAnn Huber, Estate Planning Attorney Garrett Griffin, and Insurance Expert Andrew Stafford, Dean will dig into the SECURE Act to bring to light some of the lesser-known issues in the bill. It’s never been more necessary to have a team of professionals on your side when building your lasting legacy.
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