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Fred specializes in advising pre-retirees and retirees, with strategies for preserving their retirement savings, increasing their retirement income & leaving a financial legacy for their family & community. He enjoys showing families how to take advantage of established rules, along with ongoing changes in the law to lower taxable income, while at the same time increasing net income by up to 67% by using SSA 200.25 of the social security code. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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Phone: 908-791-3831 Fax: 908-791-1331
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I specialize in developing strategies that help you increase your social security by 67% and position assets in tax-advantaged accounts so that in retirement you pay as little tax as possible.

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The Republican Tax Reform Plan

What is in it? What could its changes mean for you, if they become law?   Provided by Frederick Saide, Ph.D.   Major changes may be ahead for federal tax law. At the start of November, House Republicans rolled out their plan for sweeping tax reforms. Negotiations may greatly alter the content of the bill, but here are the...

Questions After the Equifax Data Breach

Consumers may be at risk for many years.   Provided by Frederick Saide, Ph.D.   How long should you worry about identity theft in the wake of the Equifax hack? The correct answer might turn out to be “as long as you live.” If your personal data was copied in this cybercrime, you should at least scrutinize your credit,...

Is a Home an Investment?

From one perspective, the answer is yes; from another, no.   Provided by Frederick Saide, Ph.D.   When you buy a home, are you investing? If you buy it to flip it or buy it as a rental property, the answer is yes. If you buy a home simply to live in it, the answer may be no.  ...

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