Tax reform has to address a host of concerns. Two of them–business entity formation and tax-neutral savings for retirement–made the news today. Bob Carroll of Ernst and Young released a study which examines savings features of employee stock ownership plans inside Subchapter-S corporations, or S-ESOPs for short.  There’s evidence that these plans provide an interesting alternative to traditional 401(k) plans we’ve come to know over the past two generations.

Read more at S-ESOPs, Retirement Savings, and You – Forbes

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