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That's me I am debt free and my 401K is plenty high if I

Posted on: December 15, 2020 at 17:18:06 CT
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stopped working now. OR it will be sitting in the accounts 10 years which should double it from current levels

But I still need income for 10 years or so before I want to tap into it.

Yes my earning could potentially be at its highest during those years but at some point I might be let go as they seem to do these days or I might want to do something less stressful.
The best thing we did was live way below our means so that if we did take a step back there is much less to cover $$$wise
The other thought is just work 7-8 more years and not work the last 2-4 but not sure that would work tax wise to pull $$ out too soon

Edited by TigerFan92 at 17:18:54 on 12/15/20
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     Here is the problem I have run into on contributing more - MU-TULSA MU - 12/17 13:24:52
          So you have a general investment account tied to the 401k? - TigerFan92 STL - 12/17 22:46:30
               You should be able to retrieve all of your Roth 401k deposit - tiger4real MU - 12/18 14:17:38
               Well the problem occurred when they sold the company and - MU-TULSA MU - 12/18 10:17:49
          HSAs are a great thing - meatiger MU - 12/16 15:53:59
               Only had it two years so I am the max $5K times 2 - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 19:32:39
                    yep..did same thing - meatiger MU - 12/16 22:37:43
          Your break even age is about 78 - tiger4real MU - 12/16 15:16:57
               That is why I might take it early(nm) - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 19:34:14
               Sorry meant for below(nm) - tiger4real MU - 12/16 15:21:08
          yikes that is exactly what I am worried about but good - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 13:41:59
               RE: yikes that is exactly what I am worried about but good - scan MU - 12/16 13:59:25
                    got it. likely similar but I don't think i'll get a package - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 19:33:46
     Yes, I support this decision. - tiger4real MU - 12/15 20:26:32
          That is true. Roth benefits the lower income more so the guv - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 10:38:26
     You hit the one big negative (potentially) of a Roth. - GA Tiger MU - 12/15 19:10:12
          I have some dividend and will transfer more that way when - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 10:40:34
     I think you are on the right track.....need three buckets to - Sarazen KC - 12/14 18:08:37
          Agree. I think what compounds the challenge is if you retir - TigerFan92 STL - 12/15 09:09:29
               The problem with "taking it easy" late - meatiger MU - 12/15 14:58:57
                    That's me I am debt free and my 401K is plenty high if I - TigerFan92 STL - 12/15 17:18:06
                         if you want to retire early - meatiger MU - 12/15 21:01:04
                              yeah trying to figure it out is a challenge but saves $ - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 10:36:21
                                   Your decision about what to do now is not - Sarazen KC - 12/16 15:22:50
                                        Once you put money in a tax deferred account - meatiger MU - 12/16 15:52:29
                                             You can revisit your decision on percentages going - Sarazen KC - 12/16 23:10:13
                                             I think he is saying if I am 25-75 Roth-Traditional that nex - TigerFan92 STL - 12/16 19:35:48
                                                  yes.. - meatiger MU - 12/16 22:36:31




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