As a business owner, how do you keep your best people and properly plan for yourself and your executives?  Well, Bud Schiff, past President of Mutual of New York (MONY), past president of NYLEX Benefits, managing director of Alvarez and Marsal gives his insight of over 50 years in this podcast about employee retention strategies.

If you want to find a way to "retain" your best employees in a post no "non-compete" environment, listen up, and then give us a call. It's easier than you think, and it costs more to retrain a new hire, than it is to retain your best employee.


Are you an Attorney, Accountant, TPA, Trust Officer, Insurance Agent, Property and Casualty agent? If you work with Business Owners, and their families, then you want to be at this meeting where you will hear about how to COLLABERATE with other professionals who work with your client.

We will spend the day on Thursday, May 16th at the Fitler's Club in Philadelphia sharing a case study that is VERY relevant in today's world. How do you handle the intricacies of the family while bringing together all needed advisors to work seamlessly?

Well, we will have 20-25 attendees from different professions, coming together to discuss the challenges that they are facing with their clients in 2024. Come join us, and network with some of the best in their fields.

P.S. The night before, we have a Box at Citizens Bank Park for the game between the NY Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies (@6:40pm).

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We are thrilled to have Tom Hegna, past Senior Vice President of New York Life's Annuity division on to discuss how to Retire Happy, regardless of your age.  In the Third Episode, Tom gives you insights into what you should do, when you should do it, and what PRODUCTS, you should have to retire HAPPY.

P.S. If you want to learn more for your specific situation, click on the form to the right to have your "Perfect Plan" designed based upon your goals.

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Ever wanted the "perfect" plan where the company gets a current deduction when the money is paid into the plan, the cash grows tax deferred, and then the participant get the money "tax free"? Well look no further. There is a plan like that available. You just have to be willing to discriminate.

It's called a Restricted Executive Bonus plan and combines to different benefits in one. It has to be done carefully to meet IRS guidelines, but is 100% legal. Nice thing is, it's not carrier or product specific, and has the flexibility as to what type of asset you want in the plan.

To learn more, give us a call or check out our Executive Bonus material. We'd be happy to design a sample for you so that you keep your best people.

Deferred Compensation on Suits

What does the TV show Suits have to do with a deferred compensation and an insurance consulting firm? Well, Mike Ross, while running from the cops, runs into the interview room of Harvey Specter, a Harvard Lawyer who is interviewing new associates.

During their brief encounter, Mike is quizzed on a number of legal matters, one of which is 409A. Check out this clip at 5:55 where the topic comes up.
Watch for Stock Option Backdating at 5:55 into video