FI 422 Retirement and Employee Benefits Planning
Introduces strategies used by financial planners to help clients assess employee benefits and to reduce the tax burden while planning for retirement. Topics include retirement needs analysis, defined benefit and contribution plans; profit sharing; 401k; 403b; ESOP; IRA; SEP-IRA; Roth-IRA; Keogh; TSA; social security benefits and integration; vesting; employee benefits analysis; funding vehicles; plan installation and administration; asset balancing; buy-sell agreements, ERISA; stock redemption and cross-purchase plans; evaluation of retirement timing; life-cycle planning, retirement lifestyle issues, distribution planning, and post-retirement financial and qualitative assessment of needs. Satisfies part of the educational requirements to sit for the CFP®examination.* Corequisite(s): FI 420 (or FI 160 ) or FI 425 (or ACCTG 108A ), or consent of the department.
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