Maximizing Retirement Income

Dulisse, Richard A.
August 2002
Advisor Today;Aug2002, Vol. 97 Issue 8, p18
Trade Publication
Discusses a simple sales idea that can reduce taxes on Social Security benefits in the United States. Factor considered by the U.S. government when deciding whether to tax Social Security benefits; Tax savings with annuities; Calculation of taxable Social Security amount.


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