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How does 72t work

How does 72(t) work?

December 16, 2022

Retirement planning can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to understanding the various options available. One of the most popular retirement planning strategies is the 72(t) distribution, which …

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Is 72(t) a Good Idea?

December 9, 2022

The concept of 72(t), also known as Substantially Equal Periodic Payments (SEPP), has been around for a few decades now and is becoming increasingly popular among those looking to access …

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Golden Egg and Paper Bills

At what age can you start a 72(t)?

December 2, 2022

The 72(t) is a great retirement planning tool that can help you access your retirement funds early without incurring the 10% penalty. But before you can start taking advantage of …

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SEPP IRA & SEPP 401k Solutions

January 17, 2020

Life happens, circumstances change. Life is short. Time is valuable. Nobody looks back on their life and says, “I wish would have spent more time working.” Usually, people look back …

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How does early retirement sound to you

How Does Early Retirement Sound to You?

January 3, 2020

72(t) early retirement Every day we get calls, emails, and inquiries from individuals across the United States who ask us, “Can I retire even though I haven’t reached the magic …

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A True 72(t) Planning Pioneer

December 16, 2019

Jerry “Doc” Hall, the 72(t) planning pioneer Jerry “Doc” Hall, PhD, was a visionary, and we want to honor this man who passed away in March 2014 at the young …

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