I am an investment dummy and just figured we should save in 401ks and hope for the best (. just have money in mutual funds). My wife is 50 and I am 47. We both max out 401k @ $18k/YR and she just started this year adding the “catch-up” $6k. So; we put $42k/YR away for retirement on a HH income of $250k and have ~$ currently saved. I think that is about enough (just retirement savings) if we keep this pace until age 65 to cover living expenses. But my question is: what about a vehicle to account for the years where one of us may still be working (aka: All things equal I may work 3 years farther in the future than she does) and does that throw a tax problem in the mix? Should we be trying to supplement a Roth or Bank CDs or something to have available hard cash to span this 3 YR gap? Assuming Uncle Sam will punish us for household income while taking retirement income from savings? As a novice I figure if this is needed we better start now as time seems like the only real advantage in all this.
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Ken Porter Auction
Bi-Monthly Consignment Auction Vehicles, Heavy Duty Trucks, Construction Equipment, machinery, Surplus Items & Equipment Inspection Thurs. & Friday January 18th & January 19th 9am to 5pm Day of sale from 7am auction starts at 9am!
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makes you feel sentimental seeing a monument or a palace you have previously visited. You get a “ omg I was here !” moment. I saw a lot of buildings that I have visited with the danna during our Weddingmoon trip in Europe, it really brings back a lot of fond memories. It was like “ hey didn’t we had tea at the cafe right here?! ” kind of moment. It’s amazing to see them in front of you again, and this time feel free to pose better and more freely since you don’t have to rush to make a beeline to the photo spot and there’s unlikely other people’s selfie sticks in your photos.😂