New Haven, Conn. (WTNH)  –  Did you know that congress recently changed many of the rules related to retirement savings? So it’s worth taking a second look at your retirement plans – and how these changes may affect you.

To discuss this, CT Style’s Rachel Lutzker was joined in the studio by Ben Fuchs, Founder of Fuchs Financial. In addition to being a Certified Financial Planner®, Ben is also a Certified Private Wealth Advisor® Professional.                 

In this interview, Ben discusses some of the retirement savings rule changes that he can help clients to understand:

  1. Small Employer Retirement Plan Startup Tax Credit
  2. Rainy Day Emergency Savings Accounts
  3. Roth Employer Matching
  4. Gift Cards to Encourage 401(k) Contributions
  5. IRA Charitable Rollovers

So, there may be many more retirement savings opportunities to consider than people realize.

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