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do you have to start taking distributions from your retirement account? what is your retirement account? a pension? a 401k? something else? if you are required to take distributions, what is the minimum you can take? are you also getting social security? (side question, does social security could toward AGI?)

i think your best bet would be to forego or delay payment from your previous account and start up a Roth (preferred) or regular IRA.

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