Transitions In Retirement (Part 2: Managing Retirement Assets) (Volume 2)
Most adults in the US experience three transitions in their retirement lives. Around the age of 55, their dreams of retirement begin in earnest and they begin to plan and prepare for retirement. But the job is far from done after they enter retirement. There are dozens of activities to juggle, which may involve health care and investment decisions, and dealing with new types of taxes to report. Fi...
Series: Part 2: Managing Retirement Assets (Book 2)
Paperback: 72 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 30, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 6333353
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ally, a last transition becomes apparent after they have enjoyed the leisure for few a years, and they realize it is time to make arrangements to leave their estates to family and friends. "Transitions In Retirement" discusses these phases in the natural division of three parts. IN Part 2: Addresses health care decisions, with a focus on Medicare Plans, followed by a detailed review of taxes that affect seniors. It ends with considerations for retirement income, especially fixed income methods for retirees. Explains the Medicare system and compares Medigap plans with Advantage plans. Reviews income taxes that most seniors experience in retirement, and how to minimize the tax bite. Includes a discussion of investment plans for retirees and a sample portfolio for earning fixed income. ADD Part 1: Reviews the early steps in transition planning. How to inventory assets and liabilities, how to set up pensions and tax-deferred savings, and other considerations such as life and health insurance, and when to start Social Security. Learn how much can be earned before Social Security benefits are reduced. How to rollover a 401(k) to an IRA without triggering income taxes. IN Part 3: Examines estate planning and answers questions about estate taxes. Discusses the gift tax and estate tax limits. This is followed by a review of setting up estate legal documents, including a revocable living trust, a will, a durable power of attorney, and advance health care directives. Specific examples of each legal instrument are provided for the Do-It-Yourself retiree who wants to save thousands on legal fees.