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Next Generation Trust Services Prepares to Celebrate 10th Anniversary in Business with Community Outreach Programs and Charitable Giving


Roseland, NJ (PRWEB) December 30, 2013

In 2014, Next Generation Trust Services, LLC in Roseland, N.J. will enter its tenth year in usiness serving investors who self-direct their retirement plans. Founded in 2004, Next Generation has grown from startup to holding nearly half a billion dollars in assets today, offering comprehensive account administration and transaction support for self-directed accounts; these include IRAs, SIMPLE and SEP IRAs, HSAs, Coverdell Education Accounts, and solo 401K plans.

I started the company out of my own desire to make real estate investments within my retirement accounts but being unable to find someone to help me make those transactions, said founder and CEO Jaime Raskulinecz, who is also a certified property manager, licensed real estate broker, and a long-time real estate investor. After doing my own research into the administration of self-directed retirement plans, I was inspired to start my own firm to help others build their retirement portfolios with nontraditional investments.

In honor of its tenth anniversary and the companys success, Next Generation Trust Services will start a nonprofit foundation in 2014 to support charitable organizations and programs that have special meaning to Raskulinecz and her staff. Raskulinecz said that the formation of a foundation will enable the firm to better formalize its philanthropic endeavors company-wide.

It is important to all of us here to help nonprofit organizations continue their good work, and to support those in need in our communities. We look forward to putting together some charitable initiatives through our foundation in 2014.

A History of Growth and Service

Next Generation Trust Services was originally founded under a different name as part of a national network of third-party administrators of self-directed retirement accounts. Within five years, Raskulinecz built the company from start-up to over $ 150 million in holdings. She decided to break away from the national network to start her own truly independent firm and in 2011 the company emerged as Next Generation TS, LLC, an independently owned and operated corporation that currently holds nearly $ 500 million in assets.

Next Generation Trust Services has undergone a complete corporate rebranding, updated its website, and upgraded office technology to provide greater security and efficiency for its clients and staff. It recently launched an in-house education program to provide continuing education courses and a reference library to its employees so they may better serve clients. All employees are cross-trained to provide immediate and effective customer service, which, combined with the conveniences of Next Generations online tools, is central to the companys success.

Account holders of self-directed retirement accounts make all their own investment decisions; Next Generation Trust Services executes the transactions, manages all the mandatory paperwork and report filing, and ensures its clients are investing within IRS guidelines. Self-direction allows for a much broader array of investment types including non-publicly traded alternative assets; these include residential and commercial real estate, precious metals, commercial paper, mortgages, hedge funds, and much more.

Were so appreciative of our clients support and of Next Generations steady growth through the years; giving back to the community is a powerful way for us to express that appreciation, said Raskulinecz.

For more information about self-directed retirement plans or to open a new account, contact Next Generation Trust Services at (888) 857-8058 or Info(at)NextGenerationTrust(dot)com, or visit http://NextGenerationTrust.com.

About Next Generation Trust

Next Generation Trust Services (NGTS), headquartered in Roseland, New Jersey, is a professional third-party administrator of self-directed retirement plans. NGTS provides education, administrative support, and account maintenance to individuals interested in self-directing their retirement portfolios with a wide variety of investments that are not typically found in an IRA, such as real estate, precious metals, notes and mortgages, private placements, accounts receivables, limited partnerships, hedge funds, and much more. Next Generation Trust Services serves clients globally via its website, http://www.NextGenerationTrust.com. For more information on self-directing a retirement plan, call 973-533-1880, 888-857-8058 (toll free), or e-mail Info(at)NextGenerationTrust(dot)com.







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Ski Vermont Prepares for Winter 2013-14


Statewide, Vermont (PRWEB) October 23, 2013

As the first reports of snow upon Vermonts mountain peaks start rolling in, ski and snowboard resorts around the state prepare for opening day with snowmaking tests and project wrap-ups. See what Vermont’s favorite resorts are doing to get ready and stoked for the season and when they plan on opening.

Tentative Opening Dates:

Killington Resort: October 25, 2013 for passholders & October 26, 2013 for public

Okemo Mountain Resort: Saturday, November 16, 2013

Stowe Mountain Resort: Saturday, November 23, 2013

Sugarbush Resort: Saturday, November 23, 2013

Stratton Mountain: Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Burke Mountain: Thanksgiving Week

Jay Peak Resort: Thanksgiving Week

Mount Snow Resort: Thanksgiving Week

Bromley Mountain: Friday, November 29, 2013

Smugglers Notch Resort: Friday, November 29, 2013

Magic Mountain: Friday, December 13, 2013

Bolton Valley: Saturday, December 14, 2013

Mad River Glen: Saturday, December 14, 2013 (earlier if possible)

Middlebury College Snow Bowl: Saturday, December 14, 2013

Pico Mountain: Saturday, December 14, 2013

Jay Peak Resort and Burke Mountain

After picking up some early-season snow on October 22, winter has become top of mind in Vermonts Northeast Kingdom. The Kingdom Pass, the season pass that gives holders access to both Jay Peak Resort and Burke Mountain, saw a spike in sales over its inaugural season last year. And both resorts plan on continuing the excitement with the snowmaking operations scheduled to start next month. Jay Peak plans on turning on the guns on or around November 1st with Burke Mountain following suit on November 5th, weather depending. And if Mother Nature cooperates, both resorts plan to be open by Thanksgiving.

Smugglers Notch Resort

At Smugglers Notch Resort, a second season of snowmaking enhancements brings 100 new HKD tower snow guns to intermediate and advanced terrain on Sterling and Madonna Mountains. New tower fan guns will provide additional coverage on the learning area on Morse Mountain and at the Sterling base. Smugglers plans to kick off ski and ride operations on Friday, November 29, 2013, the day after Thanksgiving, with intermediate terrain on Sterling Mountain available for skiers and riders to enjoy with early season lift ticket and lodging pricing. (http://www.smuggs.com/skivtw)

Stowe Mountain Resort

This summer, Stowe Mountain Resorts continued investment in its state-of-the-art snowmaking operations include an additional 3.4 million dollars in new equipment and upgrades, which consist of 100 HKD tower guns, 3 Super Pole Cat fan guns, a new pump-house and miles of snowmaking pipe. Add that to the 4.7 million invested last summer for a 16-month total that includes; 445 HKD tower guns, 150 energy efficient land guns, 20 Super Pole Cat fan guns and another seven miles of new snowmaking pipe. To see how Stowe’s snowmaking magic happens click here for video.

Trapp Family Lodge

Trapp Family Lodge Nordic Center will have newly upgraded trails and a stadium facility for the 2013-14 winter season. This year is a monumental season with Trapp Family Lodge hosting the 2014 Junior National Nordic Ski Championships. remarked Nordic Director Paul McNeil. The stadium construction has included a widened start area, a new lap lane, a new timing shack location and finish terrace. Trapp looks forward to a mid-December opening thanks to snowmaking or even earlier with natural snowfall.

Bolton Valley

Bolton Valley anticipates opening for the 2013-2014 season on Saturday, Dec. 14, weather permitting. Bolton Valley replaced 6,000 feet of snowmaking pipe during the off-season. One third of the ski and snowboard rental fleet was updated with new equipment from Rossignol and Burton as well. As the season approaches, Bolton Valley officials will be announcing opening day plans, which typically include holiday festivities, skiing Santas and more.

Sugarbush Resort

Sugarbush Resort has scheduled opening dates of Saturday, November 23 for Lincoln Peak and Friday, December 20 for Mt. Ellen, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this season. A target date of Friday, November 1 has been set to begin snowmaking at Lincoln Peak, and the resort is currently in the process of installing 77 new HKD snow guns and 11 Snowlogic stage towers. Sugarbush also purchased two new groomers to add to its biodiesel fleet.

Middlebury College Snow Bowl

The Snow Bowl crew is installing 15 new 30 SV10 tower guns on Allen and Ross to be ready for snowmaking which will commence right after Thanksgiving for an anticipated 12/14/13 opening date.

Rikert Nordic Center

With the addition of a new trail and the snowmaking system ready to roll, Rikert is looking forward to the upcoming season. New rental skis, snowshoes and snowbikes are at the ready. When the temperatures dip the snowguns will rip! Rikert is looking forward to opening as soon as there is enough snow to groom. Keep up-to-date at http://www.rikertnordic.com.

Killington Resort and Pico Mountain

Cold temps returned Tuesday night to Killington and they should see a good snowmaking window from Wednesday, October 23 for several days. At this point in time, Killington plans to be open for skiing and riding on Friday, October 25, 2013 if conditions permit. Friday will be for Season Pass holders only and lifts will run from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. They will then open to the public on Saturday, October 26, 2013 if conditions permit. Stay tuned to http://www.killington.com/conditions for all the latest information and operations outlook.

Okemo Mountain Resort

With nearly $ 1 million in snowmaking improvements, Okemo Mountain Resort is getting ready for the 2013/14 ski and snowboard season to begin. 225 new HKD tower guns have been installed and the entire infrastructure has received upgrades. The system has been tested and snowmaking is scheduled to begin November 1. Okemos target opening day is Saturday, November 16 and Okemo is working toward having more terrain open earlier this season than ever before. Stay tuned to Okemos snow report page for updates.

Bromley Mountain

Eagerly anticipating the season, Bromley is wrapping up second floor base lodge renovations and getting snowmaking primed and ready to begin blasting on November 1. Season Passes and Value Cards are on sale at bromley.com, as well as Value Tickets. They are valid any day of the 2013/14 winter season and are fully transferrable. Deadline for Value Ticket purchases is December 4; must purchase at least 5 tickets. Ready for the season? Projected opening day at Bromley Mountain is scheduled for November 29, 2013.

Magic Mountain

With two big Volunteer Days of glade clearing under its belt (see videos at http://www.youtube.com/skimagicvt), it’s time to “think snow” at Magic. Both bottom-to-top Red and Black lifts, accessing all of Magic’s big 1700′ vertical, have gone through extensive maintenance for a planned December 13th ski area opening. Magic added another snowmaking trail on its challenging West Side to extend trail coverage after a record amount of snow was made last year. New high-efficient HKD mobile tower guns will upgrade Magic’s man-made snow capability. Magic also plans to open its snow tubing park and base beginner area for the Thanksgiving holiday. http://www.magicmtn.com

Stratton Mountain Resort

Stratton is buzzing as a $ 6.5 million investment takes shape in myriad ways around the mountain, from new snowcats and snowmaking enhancements, new look and menus for the Mid-Mountain Lodge to a total remodel and rebranding of the Black Bear Lodge now featuring the latest in convenience and comfort along with that classic Ve