Attorney Fee Deferrals

Want Millions More in Retirement? Use a Deferred Compensation Plan

If you are a personal injury attorney trying to plan for your future retirement, you have a unique opportunity that is available to almost no other profession — and that is the ability to determine when you receive your income from a particular fee for a case by using...

Do You Need to Be a Partner in Your Firm to Defer Your Legal Fees?

Many plaintiff attorneys are often held back from deferring their income to future tax years because of the belief that if they are not a partner in their firm, then they cannot defer their legal fees. If you have been holding back from deferring your legal fees...

Payout Period Overview for Attorney Deferred Compensation Plans

Many contingency-based plaintiff attorneys are interested in deferring their legal fees to future tax years because of the many benefits fee deferrals offer. Fee deferrals reduce current year income taxes because income earned in the current tax year are deferred to...

Want to Be Like a Fortune 500 CEO? Then You Should Do This.

Contingency fee-based personal injury attorneys and Fortune 500 company CEOs have one thing in common. Both can defer income taxes to future years using non-qualified deferred compensation plans. So, if you want to be like a Fortune 500 CEO and grow your wealth as...

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