When it comes to accounting and financial information, it’s important, to become a relevant expert source (and to legally provide help and advice), you must become a certified accountant. This way, you can help individuals with asset allocation, wealth creation and tax savings plans for both local and nationwide businesses.
Once you have gotten you education through a reputable source (online college, night classes, campus, or a combination of these three), it’s not a good idea to get your name out there. Writing for a financial resource that accepts articles like www.GCBAOnline.com would be a great start. Their personal calculator for early withdrawal exception rules has become one of their most popular financial resources. Maybe you could write something similar?
It’s doesn’t have to be that complicated either, they also have an article on the distribution rules for a 72t plan, which takes just a little research, but can be found for when you’re helping someone with an early retirement. The rule helps you pull from your retirement account earlier than expected, without the 10% penalty for early withdrawal.