Don’t plan for Social Security in a vacuum
Retirement planning can be quite challenging, but looking at your Social Security options in a vacuum is never a good way to decide when to claim benefits, according to this Kiplinger article by Sean McDonnell. The article discusses how Social Security should be viewed as only one part of a multi-dimensional retirement plan which takes into account your retirement savings, required minimum distributions (RMDs) and income taxes, as well as any plans for continued employment. Click here to read more about how to avoid the mistake of not viewing Social Security as part of a multi-dimensional plan.
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