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Todd Warner

Strategies for transforming uncertainty into prosperity.

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Overview

Services

Advisor Services

  • Financial Planning
    • -Estate Planning
    • -Comprehensive Financial Planning
    • -Retirement Planning
    • -College Planning
    • -Charitable Planning
    • -Tax Planning
  • Insurance
    • -Life Insurance
    • -Long-Term Care Insurance
    • -Annuities
  • Pension Consulting
    • -401k
    • -Defined Benefit
  • Portfolio Management
    • -Individuals and/or Small Businesses
    • -Businesses or Institutional Clients

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Employer Years Dates
LPL Financial LLC 5 years, 1 month Aug 2014 - Present
Private Advisor Group, LLC 5 years, 1 month Aug 2014 - Present
Metlife Securities Inc 7 years, 7 months Jan 2007 - Aug 2014
Metlife Insurance Co 7 years, 7 months Jan 2007 - Aug 2014

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    Ive been working for twenty years when can withdraw all my 401k money?
    The above information is correct, however, there is some additional information to be aware of...first, there's separate rules for 401(k) accounts and IRA accounts. For the most part, they are similar but there is one important difference. With IRA accounts, you can take withdrawals after 59 1/2 wit...  (more)
    Answered Aug 2015
    What is the best way to prospect for 401k plans.?
    Prospecting for 401k plans is not an easy process and unfortunately, there's no silver bullet. All the above advise is great and I would add that with all the changes with the regulatory requirements over the past few years, it hasn't gotten any easier. You'll need to be an expert in the fiduciary r...  (more)
    Answered Aug 2015
    How much should testing cost for a 9 million dollar 401(k) plan ( new comparability feature) with 38 participants.
    Hi Linda, As you can see from the previous answers, numbers can be provided for what a TPA should charge for a plan of your size. One of the aspects of answering a question like this is to try and put myself in your position and understand your circumstances so we can respond to what you're really ...  (more)
    Answered Aug 2015
    I am new to the 401k plan I'm in a hard financial situation and trying to see about how I can borrow out of my401k plan?
    I'm sorry to hear that you're in a difficult position and if at all possible, I would try not to borrow from your 401k. Pam is correct and you want to check with your HR Dept. as well as the plan administrator to see what your options are and if you can borrow from your plan. 2 important points to r...  (more)
    Answered Aug 2015
    Is it better to roll my old 401K $ into my new job's program or combine with my wife's for high $? Both are strong co's?
    Dia - This is a common question and the answers that have been given are correct. Retirement accounts are for one person and you can't combine it with someone else and make it a joint account. They are individual retirement accounts. Your choices at this point are somewhat limited as well. You can k...  (more)
    Answered Aug 2015
    I am trying to find out how I can get access to my funds in a 401K plan.
    Colleen, I hope by now you have resolved the problem with your 401k plan but in case you haven't, here's a few steps. First, don't contact your old company, they won't be able to help you with your 401k. There should be a separate statement from an investment company or insurance company who admini...  (more)
    Answered Aug 2015
    What happens to deceased dads retirement money after mom now past away recently. Am joint on her bank where money is at?
    I agree with the above...this is a tough one with more questions than answers. Your dad passed away previously and I would assume that the beneficiary of the account was your mom. At that point, she should have taken over the retirement account but in her name. She then would designate her own benef...  (more)
    Answered Aug 2015
    We are a 9 million dollar plan 401(k) with 38 participants. What should we pay in record keeping fees and TPA fees?
    You have a nice size plan in terms of assets and with only 38 participants, you have a healthy avg account balance. The cost for record keeping fees is widely disbursed among providers mainly due to the level of services provided. I would suggest having a qualified adviser review your plan and then ...  (more)
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      • as of date
        Aug 8, 2019
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      • as of date
        Aug 8, 2019
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      Last updated on Aug. 9, 2019
        • $10.0M
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