Lucky you. You negotiated a satisfactory SERP (Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan) or maybe it was a 457F bonus package.

Just one problem: Ballooning prices in today’s economy coupled with the fast-paced growth many credit unions have experienced in the past five years probably have rendered those plans as woefully too small.

Remember, the standard goal of much retirement planning is to give the retired executive an income equal to about 65% of his/her last three years’ income.

Plans that fall well shy of that mark make for unhappy retirees.

Such plans – if offered in a package to help hire new c-suite executives – will likely fall significantly short of offers from other suitors.

Are you stuck with that outdated plan? In this episode of Money Talks, Kirk Kordeleski, past CEO of Bethpage Credit Union, one of the nation’s biggest, and now a consultant specializing in retirement plans with PARC Street Partners.

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Kirk Kordeleski Money Talks Episode 7: Revisiting a Now Out of Date SERP or a 457F Retirement Package

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