October 27, 2017

The Philadelphia Inquirer interviewed Jeffrey Winkleman, partner-in-charge of corporate taxation, and Steve Brett, president of Marcum Financial Services, for an article about the proposed cap on 401(k) contributions.

Philadlephia Inquirer

By Erin Arvedlund

Featured Jeffrey Winkleman, Partner-in-Charge, Corporate Taxation & Steven Brett, President, Marcum Financial Services

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The Philadelphia Inquirer interviewed Jeffrey Winkleman, partner-in-charge of corporate taxation, and Steve Brett, president of Marcum Financial Services, for an article about the proposed cap on 401(k) contributions. Tax & Business

Excerpt:

Wall Street can’t be happy about Congress’ proposal to cap our yearly 401(k) contributions at $2,400 – that’s the tax-deferred amount we would be able to sock away in a retirement plan, down from $18,000.

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Jeffrey  Winkleman

Jeffrey Winkleman

Corporate Taxation

  • Tax & Business
  • Philadelphia, PA
Steven  Brett

Steven Brett

President

  • Marcum Financial Services
  • Melville, NY