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CONTENT WITH Retirement - Nearing or in
Rebalancing your portfolio can be an efficient way to generate distributions in retirement. Here’s how to do it.
Should you take a lump-sum pension payout, or a monthly income stream for life? How to decide.
If you’ve retired but are considering returning to work, be aware that your decision may affect your tax situation, Social Security and Medicare benefits.
These triple-tax-advantaged accounts could help pay for health care in retirement.
Still working at age 65? That doesn't mean you should ignore Medicare. Get the facts to avoid possible penalties.
You may be eligible to collect Social Security as early as 62, but waiting until age 70 yields greater benefits for most people. Here’s how to decide.
Retirees can face steep tax penalties for not taking their annual required minimum distribution (RMD). Here’s what you need to know.
Is the 4% rule yesterday’s news?
Delaying your Social Security benefit can increase your monthly check—but by how much?
Income taxes are a fact of life even in retirement. Understand what's taxable, and at what rate, so there are no surprises.
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