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The Best Way to Prepare for Health Care Costs in Retirement
Health care can be expensive as you get older and retire. Planning a budget for health care costs and enrolling in a health savings account are just two ways you can prepare for health care costs in retirement.
Benefits of Charitable Giving in Retirement
Now that you’ve retired, you can still take advantage of many charitable giving tax benefits. Here are some of the ways to do that.
From the Desk of Gordon Haave – April 2022
Do You Pay Income Taxes in Retirement?
Do you pay income taxes in retirement? Retirees no longer earn a steady income. However, taxes are inevitable. With proper planning, you can lower your tax burden during retirement.
From the Desk of Gordon Haave – March 2022
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