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Social Security, Medicare & Pensions: Get the Most Out of Your Retirement and Medicare Benefits

Written for everyone over 55, this book shows you how to qualify for retirement and medical benefits, and how to cut through the bureaucracy to get what you’re entitled to. Learn what you need to know about Social Security retirement and disability benefits, Medicare, Medicaid and Medigap health insurance, and more. Provides practical information on how to get the most of available benefits--examples and charts show what to expect at what age.

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1999 Mercer Guide to Social Security & Medicare (27th Ed)

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Don't Die Broke: How to Turn Your Retirement Savings into Lasting Income
Don't Die Broke: How to Turn Your Retirement Savings into Lasting Income, by personal-finance writer and financial-education specialist Margaret A. Malaspina, offers a fresh take on one of today's hottest money matters by outlining ways to tap most effectively into the retirement nest egg that you're currently nurturing. While most such guides concentrate on actually amassing those future fiscal resources in the first place, Malaspina shows instead how to maximize what you're (hopefully) already building so you'll (hopefully) always have what you need. "Most people find themselves making decisions about retirement plan distributions with little guidance," she writes. "Few people understand the consequences of their choices--or, indeed, what choices they have." In clear, highly focused chapters, she offers solid suggestions for creating a lasting retirement income, lowering potential taxes, and building an estate worth passing along. --Howard Rothman

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You're Retired, Now What? Money Skills for a Comfortable Retirement

The publisher, John Wiley & Sons
Retiring comfortably in today's society requires considerably more finesse than it has in the past. With people living longer, retirement can stretch to 20 to 30 years. It's important to be prepared for this life change, and to have the best strategies for a comfortable retirement. You're Retired, Now What? offers sound advice, helpful tips, and an effective approach to managing money during retirement. It discusses such issues as maximizing IRA distributions, planning cash flow over the years, the best investment strategies for retirees, and more.

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IRAs, 401(k)s, and Other Retirement Plans: Taking Your Money Out
A reader from San Francisco, California , December 30, 1998 5 out of 5 stars
Thorough coverage for the tax professional. Easy to use.
I do taxes. I have been a "tax professional," working for a reputable CPA firm, for eighteen years.

I imagine that most people think that we always read the most obscure laws, regulations and treatises on tax subjects before we make our decisions and recommendations. The fact is that most professionals are delighted to find publications which make good information easy to find. This book does that.

"How to Take Your Money Out" gives thorough coverage to a very complicated subject. Equally important is that it is almost enjoyable to read and that finding what you are looking for is easy. It is well organized and well indexed. When I looked for answers, I found them, on the first shot.

There are plenty of people, both professionals and taxpayers, who are wondering what to do about IRA and other retirement plan distributions. Having this book on the shelf will give you confidence that you'll know where to look when you need the answers.

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J.K. Lasser's How to Pay Less Tax on Your Retirement Savings

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