What’s on our mind when it comes to preparing for retirement or starting your Social Security retirement benefits? You can read about it here. You’ll find that there are very few real rules of thumb that apply to everyone when it comes to the subject of financial planning. The distribution phase can be a lot more complicated than the accumulation phase. The decisions we make depends on many factors including income, assets, health status, life expectancy, family dynamics, life goals and much more. So keep checking the blog. If you would like to receive an email when this blog is updated, request it from the above “Question" tab and use the phrase “email notice of blog update.”
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