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Should You Make After-tax Contributions to Your Retirement Plan?

This Brief will be interesting to those who are already contributing the maximum amount of pre-tax dollars ($18,000 annually for those under age 50, $24,000 to those over the age of 50) to their workplace retirement plan but who are looking to save more tax-efficiently. Due to a new IRS ruling, making after-tax contributions to a workplace retirement plan is now a really good idea. The attached Brief explains why.

Leigh Bivings, Ph.D., CFP®, CDFA™
Leigh Bivings, Ph.D., CFP®, CDFA™
Leigh Bivings is the founder of Artemis Advisors. As CEO, she sets the firm’s overall direction and its investment strategy.

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