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BBN Times: A Financial Lifeline to Small Business Owners Hoping to Create Retirement Plans for Their Employees

The world of retirement comes as a rude shock to many who have lived their lives working 9-5’s for five or six days a week. While it is an ode to dedication, retirement is fraught with its own challenges. The effects of poor financial planning begin to rear their ugly heads in the post-career stage, where individuals in their retirement begin to suffer from age-related diseases and will need an income source, as insurers are unable to cover healthcare costs for seniors or retired parents with some children in the nest will still have to cater to their upkeep.

Primarily, retirement saving is a necessity as it ensures that the individual continues to maintain a respectable standard of living even as they are out of active service. It is advised that individuals still working fully create a retirement plan or contribute to pension schemes that will tide them over in their later years. The BBN Times team of professional financial analysts understands the need for retirement savings and has written an in-depth article for progressive employers and employees, guiding them to make a concrete retirement plan while also subscribing to a high-yielding retirement plan.

The BBN Times article details the features of a cash balance retirement plan, expounding on the different concepts that may have otherwise been hard to grasp, alongside highlighting the numerous advantages of the aforementioned plan. According to the article, a cash balance retirement plan is a defined benefit plan where a certain benefit, derived from formulas, is allocated to the individual at retirement. This investment plan is spearheaded by the employer and can be a standalone plan or be incorporated into other pension schemes of the employee to maximize the benefits of both plans.   

However, it is important to note that the pooled funds in a cash balance retirement plan are directed into promising assets without the involvement or direction of the employee. The crediting rate of the cash balance plan is also guaranteed by the employer and is completely unrelated to how well the investments perform. 

The BBN Times article suggests that organizations and businesses with steady income and growth, despite their size, can enroll in a cash balance retirement plan for their employees. In addition, the retirement plan has proven to be more appealing to advanced business owners or older entrepreneurs who strive to cover for an absence or lag in retirement contributions, as the cash balance retirement plan offers an increased contribution limit to older individuals.      

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