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Hi my name is Bradford, and I created BMSBlog as a resource that contains information about durable medical equipment rented and/or bought from Bradford Medical Supply. BMS Blog contains relevant information and perspectives on common experiences renting or purchasing durable medical equipment products.

BMSBlog.com contains relevant Durable Medical Equipment (DME) product information and insight that will help you chose the right equipment for your needs. When you call BMS, Bradford will ask the right questions, determine your requirements, and then provide a recommendation that helps chose the right equipment that satisfies all those requirements. My recommendations are intended to be prudent, professional and focused on providing exactly what, where and when it is required.


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Employers 401(k) is one of the most common ways for beginners to start investing for retirement, often as an addition to a 401(k) or a solo 401(k). Employer retirement accounts are a great way to avoid high fees, low-return investment options, and the burden of managing their own investments (especially when the employer offers no or low-interest loans), visit https://www.sofi.com/investing-101-center/ to get further details. A 401(k) is just the beginning. If you plan to have more than one employer-sponsored account, you will likely want to consider Roth or Roth conversion options.

Start Your 401k with a 401(k) Planner

When starting a 401(k) plan, it helps to do a little homework first. This will help you find the best fit for your savings goals, which can be especially helpful when you’re working in a high-risk industry. Your plan advisor can help you understand your 401(k) requirements, help you choose a plan that best suits your needs, and provide an excellent service when you call in to inquire about the process.


A significant percentage of your funds from a 401(k) will likely go to tax purposes. How much depends on how much you contribute, the tax laws you choose, your 401(k) plan and if any special rules apply. As of 2017, you pay a 15.3% tax on all of your income. In addition, you’ll pay 5.6% when your funds are withdrawn from your 401(k). Withdrawals made after you turn 62 are considered long-term and taxed at your regular tax rate, up to 37% (there are state and local taxes added to the total). Learn more about the IRS Tax Guide and your particular circumstances to help you determine your taxes. We’ll help you decide whether you should contribute to a 401(k) that has a match. If your 401(k) match is not provided, the match amounts will be deducted from your contributions. Learn more about the Match in the Employee Manual and our advice for 401(k) members who do not have a 401(k) match.

Taxation of 401(k) contributions. Contributions to a 401(k) that are eligible for an employer match are considered taxable earnings if you withdraw the funds before you turn 62. The maximum tax-free withdrawal from a 401(k) account after you turn 62 is $18,500. However, this amount is adjusted each year to account for inflation. Learn more about the matching contributions that are tax-free and are subject to the same tax rate as regular contributions. Learn more about tax treatment of 401(k) contributions, including the new 10% early withdrawal penalty and the 10% additional tax.

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Hospital Beds


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Hoyer or Patient Lifts

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Knee Walkers

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Transport Chair

Transfer Chairs

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