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Answered by John Carlson
President, Carlson Wealth Management in San Diego, CA
Hi - No question your first step should be to build a retirement income roadmap. As a complimentary service we can help you build it so you can evaluate your options....
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Asked by mark
Answered by Robert (Bob) Shoff
Financial Adviser in Marshfield, MA
It depends on the company that manages your 401(k), but there are usually loan options available with no tax.
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Asked by wonderloaf
Answered by aa wewe
none in AZ
One of the best ways is to get yourself a Universal Life Insurance policy with a Long-Term Care (LTC) rider that essentially can use your life insurance face amount to...
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Answered by Dustin Javier
CFP® AWMA® CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ in Bartlett, IL
Great question. By "max out" I am assuming you are contributing the full $18,000 per year if you are under 50yo. One way to get funds to a Roth IRA is through th...
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Asked by Kate
Answered by Hosh Weekes
Financial Adviser in Hampton, VA
That's a great question, Katie; with more complexity than a lot of people might realize. Hopefully, I can give you some general guidance to get you started. So the "be...
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Asked by Eric Chamberlain
Financial Adviser & Risk Manager
Answered by Dave Bradley
Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC
Hi Eric, There are a multitude of methods to address this. First let's determine if you are an investor or a speculator (gambler)? To do this we use a 3-legge...
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