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Proposed law focuses on the repeal and replacement of Obamacare, says AMAC

(Source – Association of Mature American Citizens) It’s a ‘bold move that merits broad-based support’ The “repeal and replace” movement in Congress got a shot in the arm from Congressman Dr. Tom Price, chairman of the House Budget Committee, who…

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How to Plan for Semi-Retirement

(Source – U.S. News & World report) Tell your friends or family that you’re semi-retired, and you may receive a look of pity or envy. After all, semi-retirement can describe a period of your life in which you’re retired but…

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Early Retirement Withdrawals Could Fuel Risky Behavior, New Paper Says

(Source – The Wall Street Journal) The U.S. makes it easy to withdraw money from a defined-contribution retirement account. That gives workers plenty of leeway in managing their savings, but also risks undermining Americans’ retirement security, according to a new paper…

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Seize the Moment, Strengthen Social Security

(Dan Weber, AMAC via townhall.com) “Coincidence of interest” is a marvelous thing. Two people or two groups that may never agree, suddenly find themselves at an intersection, and concur that the way ahead lies in the same direction. That is what…

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Maximizing Social Security: A case study

(Source – Peter B. Smith, The Capital Gazette) Many Americans are becoming more interested in optimizing Social Security benefits, as retirees are trying to maximize income in retirement. There are many factors to consider as you evaluate different Social Security…

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“My husband and I are retired. Our combined income will be $45,000 per year, and together we have $200,000 in 401(k) plans. What should we do with the money in the 401(k)s that will provide the best supplemental income option in retirement?”

Full Question: My husband and I are retired. Our combined income will be $45,000 per year, and together we have $200,000 in 401(k) plans. What should we do with the money in the 401(k)s that will provide the best supplemental income…

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