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Asked by Barney
Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
The answer depends on several factors, including your current age, chosen retirement age, existing savings, and expected expenses in retirement. If you have an employe...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Lars Larsen
Financial Adviser in Burlingame, CA
First, let me congratulate you on asking this question in your early 20s. The earlier in life you start investing the better. The compounded rate of return over a long...
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Asked by spunky.girl316
Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
A couple of quick ideas to at least help you confirm whether you received that paycheck already or not would be to check the "year-to-date" amount listed on that check...
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Asked by entwistlecindy
Answered by Lars Larsen
Financial Adviser in Burlingame, CA
Full retirement age for those turning 65 this year is 66. If you file early your will get a reduced amount. Your can certainly wait to file. In fact, every year your w...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Lars Larsen
Financial Adviser in Burlingame, CA
As a widow, you may file for survivor benefit earlier than you can for your own benefit. That does not mean it is the best option, even though you can. Generally you s...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Karl Leonard Hicks
CFP® in Riverside, CA
Social Security Benefits can be a very complicated issue. There are several factors that determine your eligibility and the others that determine the amount of benefit...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Kim Anderson PRO+
Financial Adviser
Have you looked at whether you can claim your mom on your tax return as your dependent--then put her on your insurance plan (as your dependent)? You may want to see h...
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Asked by Magaly
Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
You can use the search feature right here on MoneyTips to find a financial advisor in your area. https://www.moneytips.com/search
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Asked by frederickagayer
Answered by Danielle Kunkle
Vice President
Hello, you can find the form onine here: https://www.ssa.gov/forms/ssa-561.pdf. Then fax or mail into Social Security with proof that your income is lower now than it ...
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Asked by Joel
Answered by Stephen Hartel
MBA, AIF in Denver, CO
Joel, Yes, the IRS allows you to take the RMD from whichever account(s) you wish, as long as the total is correct. Best regards, Steve
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