At Fringe Benefits Design, we are committed to providing you with innovative employee benefit solutions and administration that will resolve the complex issues specific to the culture of your organization. We provide personalized service combined with objective guidance from our experienced, professional staff. Simply put, our goal is to offer exceptional service and products in a timely, cost-effective system that enables you to meet the needs of your employees while fulfilling your corporate objectives.

  For the individual, we specialize in helping our clients develop a comprehensive, cohesive financial strategy that fits their unique needs and enables them to meet both short-term and long-term objectives.

  On our Web site, you'll find valuable information for evaluating your current position and progress toward financial goals. We offer educational articles that outline financial  concepts and highlight products designed to fill the gaps in your financial strategy. 

   Kevin Miller, President / CEO      

 

Cost of Retirement

Use this calculator to estimate how much income and savings you may need in retirement.

Retirement Plan Early Distribution

Estimate how much would remain after paying income taxes and penalties if you took an early distribution from a retirement plan.

Retirement Portfolio Lifespan

How Long Will Your Funds Last?

Required Minimum Distributions

Estimate the annual required distribution from your traditional IRA or former employer's retirement plan after you turn age 70½.

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SEC Decides to Break the Buck

How reforms to the $2.6 trillion money fund market might affect institutional and individual investors.

Tax Season Never Ends for the Self-Employed

Making accurate quarterly tax payments on schedule can help avoid interest penalties for underpayment.

Considering UITs

An overview of UITs with a focus on some important factors to understand when adding UITs to a portfolio.

Taxes Due for Better or Worse

A number of new taxes could affect couples (especially higher-income couples) and lead to surprises at tax time.

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