You may have been properly advised all your working life to maximize your 401(k) and take advantage of the pre-tax deduction. This avoided income tax on those contributions during your highest earning years. However, Uncle Sam always looms large. Those 401(k) plans will soon need to pay taxes when they are withdrawn. With proper planning for your own retirement income needs as well as the inheritance you wish to leave to your heirs, we can work together to ensure Uncle Sam needs to find income from someone else. Join Alex Oliver as he runs through several situations and tax calculations for ideas you may wish to implement.