Don't Let the Rules Overtax Your Retirement
Due to common pension plan requirements and Social Security rules, ages 55, 60, 62, and 65 often surface as benchmarks in retirement planning. But planning for your 70th year and beyond could also be crucial because of Social Security and tax rules that change when you reach age 70 and 70½.
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