William Rainaldi


WILLIAM F. RAINALDI, CFP®, AEP co-founded The Kugler Company and is co-author and editor of the bulk of the company’s training materials and planning software (www.kuglersystem.com). He is a former Adjunct Lecturer at New York University's School of Continuing Education.

Buy/Sell Agreement for a Family C Corporation With Accumulated E&P
Frank L. Rainaldi, William Rainaldi & Patrick J.Deo discuss a number of situations in which a stockholder in a family C corporation with accumulated earnings and profits (E&P) might want to sell his stock
Social Security and Life Insurance
Here are some of the problems associated with Social Security benefits and how the creative use of life insurance can help fix these issues.
Social Security Taxation
SS benefits are taxed more favorably than, for example, distributions from an individual retirement account.
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Divorced Spouse’s Survivor Social Security Benefits Simplified
A divorced spouse may qualify for the same spousal benefits as a married spouse.
Social Security Survivor Benefits Simplified
In many cases, survivor benefits can have just as much of an impact as spousal benefits.
Insured Buy/Sell Agreement for a C Corporation
The accounting and tax aspects of a C corporation and a partnership are considerably different
Social Security Spousal Benefits Simplified
Case studies give a more detailed analysis of the two most significant enhancements involving spousal retirement benefits.
Six Good Reasons to Start Collecting Social Security at Full Retirement Age
Six major Social Security benefit enhancements available to workers when they reach full retirement age.
Insured Buy/Sell Agreements for a Partnership Entity
Frank L. Rainaldi, William Rainaldi & Patrick J. Deo offer a primer on this potentially complex, but necessary, structure
Early, Full or Delayed Social Security Benefits
What you and your clients need to know when deciding when to collect Social Security benefits.
Qualifying for Social Security Retirement Benefits
Social Security: An introduction to the concepts, definitions and rules every advisor should know.
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