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One change that occurs when you start drawing your retirement income is how tax is paid on the income. During your working years, tax is deducted by your employer and remitted on your behalf. You are left with your net … Continue reading

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So what is the relationship between the tax treatment on different forms of income and the various tax brackets? The following table examines this by calculating how much pre-tax money would be needed from each type of income in 2011 in order … Continue reading

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