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Author: Guaynabo Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 19483  
Subject: Re: IRA Distribution Date: 1/19/2001 9:30 PM
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Hello Pixy,
Will your Special column appear on TMF home page, here or elsewhere? I have some years before 70 1/2 but would like to do some preplanning.
I've read and appreciate the many articles you have written on retirement. Have you ever addressed/questioned if a person should consider spending more of their retirement savings while in their 60's versus savings accumulation and growth until 70 1/2. And then the government mandates the amount of withdrawals over the rest of your life time?
Curious what other retirees may think or have experienced in that regard. Many individual factors to consider. Like live each day like it was your last. Especially when your younger co-workers and friends never make retirement or can't enjoy it because of major illiness. Would appreciate any feedback.
Regards, Guaynabo
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