Other Considerations

Social Security and Your Retirement

You can start Social Security at age 62, but starting before your Full Retirement Age means you lock-in a reduction in your benefit amount. In fact, delaying your benefits lets you collect more from Social Security.

Learn more about this and other facts about this important component of your retirement planning from our infographic , titled Five Facts You Wish You Knew About Social Security.

Taxes and Your Retirement

You may not be getting a paycheck when you retire, but Uncle Sam still wants his. It's important to consider the impacts taxes may have on your retirement savings and income. Then, develop a smart withdrawal strategy.

Find tips and facts about the third largest expense in retirement in our infographic , titled After Your Last Paycheck, Taxes Don't Retire.

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