Corporate Inversions: How You May Be Affected
Tax specialist Brian Vnak joins Bruce and Peg to discuss the implications a corporate inversion could have on you.
7 Things Your Financial Advisor Doesn’t Want You To Know
Bruce and Peg will discuss the seven things you should be aware of when it comes to your financial advisor.
Insights from the Roundtable
Browse helpful financial articles, guidebooks and more from our Wealth Enhancement Group Roundtable team of specialists.
Why Cash May Not Be As Safe As You Think
Are you one of the millions of investors holding larger than normal amounts of cash for safety? If you are, you likely don’t have the right facts about cash or the markets. Keeping the bulk of your savings in cash may be not the safe harbor you think it is.
Recent Caller Questions
I have some Medtronic stock. Is there a way to gift some of my shares to my teenage son in order to get tax relief from the inversion?
What is the most tax-efficient way to withdraw money from my retirement accounts?
How does a business set up its own retirement plan for its employees?
How a Burger King—Style Inversion Can Derail Your Retirement
At first glance you may think a corporate inversion — when a U.S. corporation reorganizes and relocates to a lower tax country — should be “a good thing” for investors. After all, if the company avoids a 40% U.S. corporate tax to instead pay a 26% Canadian tax or 12.5% Irish tax, then it’s better for everyone, right?
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