Korn, Donald Jay
February 2007
Black Enterprise;Feb2007, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p44
The article looks at how entrepreneur Cassandra Mack managed her investments and retirement plans. Ivory Johnson, director of financial planning at the Scarborough Group, convinced Mack that she needs to start investing and planning for her retirement. Mack has a six-figure retirement account, a college fund for her child, and a plan for the future. She set up her company up as an S corporation to avoid being taxed at a higher corporate way.


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