Tax Loopholes of the Rich: Defined Benefit Plan – Interview With Brent Henningson


Tax Loopholes of the Rich: Defined Benefit Plan – Interview With Brent Henningson

Do you make high 6 or even 7 figure income and are frustrated with the limitations of your 401k plan? This week we discuss the defined benefit plan, a secret retirement saving strategy that is used by wealthy families to put away up to 6 figures annually in their retirement plan.

Want to know why your financial advisor never told you about it? We discuss that too.

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Today's Guest:  Brent Henningson

Brent is the Chief Executive Officer of Saber Pension & Actuarial Services, a third party administration and actuarial firm. Using Defined Benefit Plans, Saber Pension helps business owners reduce their tax liability while they save for retirement. They assist clients all around the United States.

Brent has over 15 years of experience working with Defined Benefit retirement plans. Throughout his career, he has consulted with organizations ranging from one-person businesses to publicly traded companies with multi-billion dollar pension plans. 

Over his career, Brent has saved his clients millions of dollars through the use of innovative and timely strategies related to plan design and implementation. He also has extensive experience in the ongoing administrative and compliance requirements of retirement plans. Brent has a Bachelor of Science in Statistics from Brigham Young University. He is a fellow of the Society of Actuaries, the Society’s highest designation, and an enrolled actuary.Outside of work, Brent enjoys skiing, traveling and spending time with his wife and three daughters.

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