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General Retirement

Retirement Years Have Changing Phases

People often expect retirement to be about 20 years. But the average retirement may last much longer. Half of those currently aged 65 will live to be older than 83 years, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. In fact the latest U.S. Census found that the fastest-growing segment of our senior population (those at least 65 years old) is the 85 years and older group. What effect does this have on your retirement income?

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General Retirement

Early Social Security Benefits While Working May Not Make Sense

If you think you’ll take your Social Security benefits early but still continue working, think again. It just doesn’t make good financial sense in some cases, depending on how much you earn. The Social Security Administration creates disincentives for taking Social Security before your full retirement age. And here’s how they work it.

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Long Term Care

Take Advantage of Deductions and Exclusions for Your Long Term Care Insurance

As an incentive for people to take financial responsibility for their long term care, HIPPA provides for deductibility of qualified long term care (LTC) expenses and excludes from taxable income your qualified long term care benefits. Higher deduction limits for LTC premiums are geared to help out retirees make payments. Let’s see what the tax advantages are.

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