Thank you for taking the next step in your retirement journey. Please take a look at our complimentary classes for PG&E employees, and select any topics that interest you.
The Social Security Offset is one component of your overall pension calculation. Learn how the Social Security Offset will impact the final amount you receive from your Chevron Pension plan.
Learn how lower interest rates can affect your Lump-Sum. Our seasoned financial advisor will break down how the economic events of 2020 have impacted your pension options.
Understanding the intricacies of your PG&E pension plan can help determine your retirement date. Our seasoned financial advisors will break down what you need to know about your pension as well as the different payment options you have available.
Given the current market conditions, we’ll discuss IRA strategies which could save you money on tax payments. By converting some of your assets into IRA accounts they become non-taxable, potentially saving you a substantial amount of money.
In this class we’ll discuss an investment strategy in which decisions are made based on the value of a company rather than the stock price. Value investing takes into account a long term approach and does not overreact to short term gains or losses.
Net Unrealized Appreciation is a strategy that allows you to roll over employer provided company stock into an IRA. This a very powerful tax strategy which can potentially save you a substantial amount of money.
Our seasoned financial advisors will discuss strategies to understand the tax impacts of retiring. Making your assets last in retirement is hard enough already, don’t make the mistake of paying too much in taxes.
Typically when making an early withdrawal from your IRA there are severe penalties. In this class we’ll discuss specific exceptions which may allow you to access your money without a significant reduction in assets.
You will learn strategies and tips to potentially increase your PG&E Pension, Lump-Sum, 401(k) Savings, Value Investment, Tax Planning, Social Security benefits and earnings. You can also expect to receive updates on industry-related issues that may concern the PG&E workforce.