The proposed legislation would allow a 401 (k) withdrawal without penalty of $ 1,000: Currently, workers can be penalized for distributions from their retirement accounts before the age of 59 and a half. This rule would change that.
I am 56 years old, my husband is 57 years old and retired. We have about $ 750,000 in savings and a military pension. I am “tired of working in America”. Can I retire in three years? : This couple have been diligent with their work and their savings, but they should always do their due diligence before leaving the workforce entirely.
Thinking of borrowing on your 401 (k)? When it makes sense to withdraw from your retirement account – and when it doesn’t: Retirement accounts are meant for seniors, but sometimes they are great options for a pre-retirement loan.
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I am a 55 year old single mother adopting a teenager. I have $ 550,000 in my retirement account, I earn $ 295,000 per year, but I would like to retire early. May I?
More info on the retreat:
Beware of this change in the rules of the RMD retirement account (The Wall Street Journal)
TSP Changes, Retirement Aid for Seasonal Former Feds, and other bills to watch out for (Federal Information Network)
Why delaying Social Security is the smartest retirement game (Los Angeles Times)
Top 10 Retirement Mistakes That Could Cost You Your Happiness (Forbes)
Develop a budget for your retirement income needs (The street)
Research and overview:
Best States to Retire in 2021: Most Affordable, Top-Ranked Culture (Bloomberg)
Executor’s Guide to Inherited Retirement Benefits: RMD (The morning star)
Black workers are more optimistic about employment, less about retirement (AARP)
ACA proves its worth, but racial disparity persists (Boston College Retirement Research Center)
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