Podcast 19 — Harley-Davidson Employees: What You Need to Consider Around Your Retirement & Severance Package

In July 2020, Harley-Davidson Inc. announced that it will be eliminating 700 positions, leaving many employees with severance or early retirement packages.

If you’re a Harley-Davidson employee, how can you make the most of your retirement or severance?

Today, Jeremy Keil shares his insight and experience from working with Harley-Davidson employees and the considerations these employees should keep in mind when offered early retirement or severance packages.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Three success secrets of a Harley-Davidson retirement or severance
  • Why you need to look at your overall financial picture with every decision you make
  • How the timing of your severance or retirement can drastically change your tax planning picture
  • Why you should think twice when rolling your 401(k) over to an IRA
  • Two ways to figure out if you have the right financial advisor for you
  • And more!

Join Jeremy now and discover how you can make the most of your retirement or severance package from Harley-Davidson!

Resources:  Keil Financial Partners: (262) 333-8353 | 6 Questions Retirees Aren’t Asking But Should Be | 3 Keys You Should Know Before Choosing a Financial Advisor  | Podcast #5: Planning Ahead For Social Security | Harley-Davidson Retirement Checklist |Subscribe

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