Our Actual National Debt is $239 Trillion
Because of unfunded obligations like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and interest on the national debt.
Hundreds of Trillions of Dollars
In unfunded promises for programs like Social Security and Medicare. The only way to deliver on these promises is to raise taxes.
Like Most Americans
Your retirement assets are in tax-deferred vehicles like 401(k)s and IRA(s). When tax rates rise, how much of your hard earned money will you really get to keep?
It's your life; you should live it the way you want. We believe that knowledge leads to independence. Together, we’ll leverage your goals with smart financial advice, to ensure that you’re in the driver's seat for years to come.
Sure, everyone wants something different from retirement but you can’t expect to retire the same way your parents and grandparents did.
At Echelon, we create plans using strategies that protect your investments from loss while creating more tax-free income so you get the most out of your retirement.
After all, it’s not how many assets or how much income you create…..IT’S HOW MUCH YOU GET TO KEEP!
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Curated articles, videos, and more for a financially savvier you.
Steps to consider, so you could potentially accumulate the money you'll need to pursue the retirement activities you want.
We help clients create plans using strategies that protect their investments from loss while creating tax-free income so they get the most out of their retirement.
A well-structured insurance strategy can help protect your loved ones from the financial consequences of life's unexpected events.
In a rising tax rate environment, there is a mathematically perfect amount of money to have in your IRA and 401(k) plans. Anything above and beyond these ideal amounts should be systematically shifted to tax free.
As the US debt spirals out of control, it polarizes society and threatens to disrupt traditional retirement options with an impending freight train of onerous taxes and draconian austerity measures.
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