Don’t let taxes take more of your money than they should
A successful retirement does not happen by accident; it takes a lot of planning. Your plan should include where you will live, how much you will receive in Social Security benefits, and whether you should sign up for a Medicare Advantage plan or supplement. However, there is one factor that is often overlooked in retirement planning; is taxes. John Csiszar outlines some of the common tax pitfalls that most retirees fall into and what you can do to avoid them while you’re still planning your retirement. Read Mr. Csiszar article here…
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