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yikes that is exactly what I am worried about but good

Posted on: December 16, 2020 at 13:41:59 CT
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thought on the large expense car thing as well.

Question for you. Do you go ahead and take Social Security at 62 to get things rolling and reduce how much you need to take out OR are you taking more out now and holding off on claiming SS until you are 65/66 and why?

I am struggling with the numbers on what will be best but leaning toward taking money out and holding off on SS but maybe get a part time job like driving a school bus to keep the amount coming out reduced. Really need a 20hr/week job with medical benefits but I know that doesn't/won't exist
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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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