No one can predict the future. Considering what the future may hold for most Americans with respect to tax brackets and deductions, having a potential pool of retirement income with low to no related tax liability could represent a prudent tax diversification strategy. Making employee after-tax contributions to a 401(k) plan is one way to potentially build a source of retirement income with little tax impact.
Columbia Threadneedle Investments has produced a white paper that will explain what after-tax accounts are, and how you can implement them in your plans.
• 05/06/2015 • Edit
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