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Retirement comes with some big decisions. Here's the most effective way to hack retirement: Plan ahead.
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For retirees who want to contribute to an IRA, the question then becomes how much to contribute and to which type of IRA.
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The following details some of the takeaways from those kinds of moves that you can apply to your own finances.
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