How Credit Union Executives May Optimize Early Retirement Cash Flow to Secure Low-Cost Medical Insurance

Early retirement may be a goal you’ve been working toward your entire career by strategically saving, allocating your risk, and positioning your personal finances.. As a credit union executive, if you choose to retire before age 65, the age at which most people qualify for Medicare, you may also have…

How Credit Unions with Highly Compensated Executives Can Avoid the 21% Non-Profit Excise Tax

Do any of your executives currently earn more than $1 million in annual income? Perhaps not. But consider additional benefits and compensation for retirement, such as a 457(f); do any of your executives exceed the $1 million a year mark? These are the questions credit unions have begun to ask…