Attorney Fee Deferrals

Tax Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Personal injury attorneys have two main tax strategies they can use to maximize their legal fees and defer income taxes. The first method is to use the traditional qualified plans and tax planning strategies that CPAs discuss with all their clients. These include 401k...

Fee Deferral Best Practices for Growing Wealth Successfully

Here at Amicus Settlement Planners, we have worked with hundreds of contingency fee-based plaintiff attorneys over the years. In working with attorneys all over the country, we’ve been able to help attorneys utilize attorney fee deferrals to successfully grow their...

What are the Differences Between a 401k Plan and a Deferred Compensation Plan for Plaintiff Attorneys?

A 401k plan and a nonqualified deferred compensation plan both allow individuals to make contributions to an account meant to help fund future needs and goals, including retirement. This article provides an overview of the key differences between 401k plans and...

How to Defer Contingent Legal Fees Using Two Different Funding Vehicles

Personal injury attorneys who want to defer their contingent legal fees have two funding vehicles to choose from: a structured settlement annuity or a deferred compensation plan. Each funding vehicle has a distinct process and can be advantageous depending on the...

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