6 Things to Consider When Timing Your Shell Retirement

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As a Shell employee, do you know how your chosen retirement date impacts your retirement funds? After a long career with Shell Oil Company, selecting a retirement date can be quite complex.

For Shell professionals looking to retire, the difference between retiring anytime before November 30th and after December 1st of this year could be several hundreds of thousands of dollars in missed savings.

Let's face it: if you’re not thinking about your pension, taxes, and other benefit payouts when selecting your retirement date, you’re potentially leaving money on the table
In this webinar, WJA President and Shell benefits expert, Nick Johnson, CFA®, CFP®, dives into the misconceptions surrounding Shell executive's benefits. He discusses how you could unintentionally land in the highest tax brackets by having huge lump-sum payouts upon retirement and answer the following questions:
  • How do your Provident Fund, Shell Performance Shares, pension and BRP payouts impact your tax bill?
  • What's the biggest factor in determining your retirement date? (Hint: It's not what you'd expect.)
  • How do recent segment rates impact your BRP payout? Segment rates dramatically rose in 2022 and stayed high throughout 2023. Which rates typically result in significantly higher lump sum payouts and how should that factor into your retirement planning? 
  • When's the absolute worst time to retire from Shell?

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