There’s good news for the growing number of Americans approaching retirement age who are ready to scale back, but aren’t ready to completely stop working: Work-from-home jobs give you more options than ever before, whether you’re seeking to work full- or part-time in retirement to continue building savings or delay taking Social Security benefits.
Led by advancements in technology, the number of people working remotely has increased 159% since 2005.1 Additionally, companies are offering more telecommuting opportunities to reduce office space and other overhead costs, improve productivity, increase retention, and reduce the negative environmental impacts of commuting.
If you’re thinking about working in retirement—or are already doing so—it’s important to obtain an income analysis to help manage taxes on earned income, Social Security benefits, and income-based premiums for Medicare Parts B and D. Let’s work together to help you plan for a wide variety of income and tax scenarios so you can make confident financial decisions at all stages of your life. Simply call today to schedule an appointment.
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Easing into Retirement
January 27, 2023