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Do You Pay Income Taxes in Retirement?

Do you pay income taxes in retirement? Retirees no longer earn a steady income. However, taxes are inevitable. With proper planning, you can lower your tax burden during retirement.

Recurring Income in your Retirement?

When thinking about retirement, you should make sure to have a clear understanding of savings vs. income. When thinking about retirement, many think about a particular savings amount that they would like to reach. This type of thinking comes from how general purchases are made. If you want to buy a computer, you would save […]

pension rules

With the passage of the SECURE Act in December 2019, current and future retirees can expect to see significant changes which are likely to impact their tax planning for retirement. Most notably, perhaps, is the increase in the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) age from 70 ½ to 72. For affluent retirees – and soon-to-be retirees […]

401K Planning

>An increasing number of employers offer 401(k) plans for their employees. It’s estimated that the average employee will have 10 jobs before they hit 40 years old. This means that there are millions of 401(k) accounts that are essentially orphans. Most companies will allow old employees to leave the money alone, and 22% leave their money with their old […]

Millions of people in the U.S. are unable to care for themselves and need long-term care services. These people need assistance in performing one or more self-care activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, dressing, and executing basic movements like walking, sitting, or standing. Services can be provided in the patient’s home, a residential care […]

Charitable Giving in Retirement

Now that you’ve retired, you can still take advantage of many charitable giving tax benefits. Here are some of the ways to do that.

retires working

The retirement age of 65 was chosen for Social Security at a time when the average life expectancy was 67. Overall, life expectancy has trended up since then, so it should come as no surprise that 9 million Americans over age 65 now work either full time or part-time. That’s nearly one in five people […]

Financial abuse can be a complicated subject, but at its most basic level, it involves taking advantage of an older adult through manipulation or intimidation to steal their money or property.

nest egg

No matter how much you have saved, it’s important to remember that your returns will always vary. Instead of planning on regular returns each year, consider planning for volatility by varying what you withdraw and when. Be Ready to Flex​ Since the bond market is extremely low, your retirement investments are probably concentrated in stocks. When the […]


In the retirement years of life, many people are often freed from the obligations that they had when they were working. This can be a highly valuable time in one’s life, and yet it is often not treated as such. There are many benefits to having a schedule in retirement, including increased productivity, improved health, […]