First, delay taking social security until age 70 by working either full- or part-time. Second, withdraw annually from your IRAs or 401(k)s based on the IRS’s minimum requirement tables.
Congress recently passed, and President Trump signed, the SECURE Act. Among other things, it pushes back from age 70 1/2 to age 72 the age when someone is required to start taking their minimum distribution from their IRA, 401k, or IRA.
Many financial advisors are registered as both representatives of a broker-dealer and as investment-advisor representatives of an investment advisor.
Public school educators, including university professors and administrators, can save more pre-tax than any other public or private-sector employee.
When someone inherits an IRA, the particular relationship between the individual that passed away and the beneficiary dictates the available choices.
I would like to give some love to two under-appreciated retirement plans: (1) the Simplified Employee Pension (SEP), and (2) the Solo 401(k). Both are available to any person who generates income from self-employment.