RazorPlan’s RRIF calculator estimates the future withdrawals from an RRIF based upon the prescribed minimums. Advisors can also use the RRIF calculator to estimate how long a client can withdraw a set amount from a RRIF before running out of money.
It has been two weeks since the Federal government announced, over lunch at the Pastaggio Italian Eatery, changes to the small-business tax rate from 10.5% to 9% by 2019. This change in the small business tax rate is a campaign promise that has been accelerated because of the backlash the Federal government felt over the small business tax changes proposed on July 18th, 2017.
A new user recently told me a story about how he used RazorPlan during a recent appointment to win a new client. Here’s the story…
At RazorPlan support we look to provide the assistance needed to not only understand RazorPlan software, but also the client files you are working with.
The biggest variable for any software program is the data entered. Even small discrepancies in client data can result in large variations in the output.