Retirement Saving for Entrepreneurs, Freelancers and the Self-Employed
Taught by Stephanie Genkin, CFP®, CDFA®
Stephanie Genkin is an independent fee-only CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® and Certified Life Coach. Previously, she was a senior television news producer at CNN covering business, economics and personal finance. Her career explaining complicated money issues began when she landed a gig at CNNfn and she's been hooked ever since. Stephanie earned a Certificate in Financial Planning from NYU and is an adjunct instructor at NYU's School of Professional Studies, Department of Finance & Law. She is a member of the Financial Therapy Association and is frequently quoted in the media (Yahoo Finance, USA Today, Forbes, Glamour, MSN Money, AARP and others) on personal finance issues.
Hey, Entrepreneurs, Freelancers and Self-Employed Folks:
Are you saving for retirement?
In 2015, some 15 million people were self-employed -- approximately 10.1 percent of all U.S. workers -- but many of them are not saving for retirement.
Although retirement savings options for the independently employed aren't as obvious or automatic as they are for regular employees, there are a number of good options to help you squirrel away some of that hard-earned income using special tax-deferred accounts.
In this class you will learn:
- about self-employed retirement savings vehicles such as SEP IRAs and solo 401ks
- the difference between a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA and eligibility for contributions
- what is a rollover IRA
This class is for anyone who has self-employed or 1099 income and wants to learn how to save money on taxes and put it to work for their retirement.