Month: November 2021

Prepare to Live on $33,000 a Year If You Retire With a $1 Million Portfolio

Preparing For a Reduction

A recent article tells us “People retiring in the next few decades should only count on withdrawing 3.3% of their savings a year, down from the well-established number of 4%” according to a recent report by Morningstar. Inc.  The withdrawal rate refers to how much a retiree can “safely” withdraw from their savings each year…

Federal Tax Brackets

Adjusting For 2022 Tax Rules

Soon it will be time to file your 2021 taxes. But did you realize that the 2022 tax rules will “differ substantially from 2021”?  Your tax brackets will be higher, and so will your standard deduction.  There is still time to reduce your 2021 tax bill, but time is running out. Knowing the tax brackets…

Retirement savings

Developing a Retirement Income Strategy

When building the foundation for your retirement income strategy, it’s important to consider ways to ensure your money lasts as long as you need it.  Speaking with us about the following six questions can be a good starting point: How much of your necessary expenses are covered by outside income sources such as Social Security…

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