Impact Center at Rock Springs Church

Impact Center at Rock Springs Church is not a sponsor or affiliated with this seminar in any way. If you have any questions, please call 844-567-7760.

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Banquet Room

207 Rock Springs Rd., Easley, SC 29642

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Attend this seminar and learn about:

  • Specific strategies that help create TAX-FREE income in retirement from your current 401(k)/403(b)/IRA or non-IRA money

  • Approaches to potentially lessen your future tax burden of RMDs (required at age 72) now

  • How you may benefit from recent tax legislation to help reduce taxes over your lifetime

  • Three areas where you may be making costly compromises

  • Possible tools and strategies available to help retirees reduce taxes and risk

  • A basic overview of the tax rules as they apply today

  • How to potentially take advantage now of a 3-7-year tax window

  • How to transfer assets and leave a tax-efficient legacy

COVID-19 Precautions: The health and safety of our attendees, hosts, and general public is our number one priority. All of our live events will adhere to all local and venue-specific precautions and guidelines including, but not limited to social distancing, sanitation, and capacity limitations.

Why you should attend this seminar:

If you're nearing retirement or already retired, you need to understand how taxes impact your retirement income. It may be possible to reduce the amount of taxes you'll pay - while also potentially improving your income and reducing risk in retirement.

Join us at Impact Center at Rock Springs Church for an informational seminar on May 4 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM.

Our seminar will help you identify areas - where you may be making costly compromises - and also show you how to address them. Using the information you'll learn during our seminar, you'll be better positioned to develop a successful retirement strategy that can potentially safeguard you from over-taxation - all with the goal of saving you money and increasing your income in retirement. 

Space is limited, so sign up today!
No Charge to Attend!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is presenting?

The majority of our presenters are local professionals who come from a financial background (CPAs, financial professionals, attorneys and other knowledgeable professionals). Social security benefits play an important role in your retirement income plan, along with your overall financial strategy. With social security playing a major part in your retirement income, it only makes sense to learn from someone coming from a financial background.

Who is this for?

The information presented at our seminar can help those already retired, as well as anyone approaching retirement.

Is there a "sales" pitch?

No, our seminars are strictly educational. While presenters may hand out their business cards or brochures to provide background on their company, guests have no obligation to engage with any Taxes In Retirement 567 speaker during or after the seminar.

If you are in need of a sign language interpreter, please contact us by calling 844-567-7760. We will do our best to accommodate your request, however 3-5 business days are typically needed to secure an interpreter. If we are unable to schedule an interpreter for the event, we will notify you via e-mail.

This presentation is strictly informational. No investments will be promoted. However, the Financial Professional presenting may invite you to a follow up consultation where financial products may be presented or offered, see our FAQ for more information. This presentation has not been endorsed by the Social Security Administration. Neither Taxes In Retirement 567 nor the Financial Professional presenting this seminar are affiliated with the Social Security Administration or any other governmental organization.

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Financial professionals do not provide specific tax/legal advice and the information presented at this seminar should not be considered as such. You should always consult your tax/legal advisor regarding your own specific tax/legal situation.

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