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Why You Shouldn't Defer Income in Your Retirement Gap Years

What are the Retirement Gap Years?

It is the period between when you stop working up to the time that mandatory distributions from retirement accounts kick in. This is usually from the year of retirement up to age 70. This podcast discusses the long term strategy that can be used in the retirement gap years to smooth out your tax liability over time.

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