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I'm 44 and am in a position to be able to retire in a few years if I so desire. I have a rental property and am ready to buy another in the next 6 months. As for stocks, 10% of my portfolio is in a Roth IRA, 87% in a traditional IRA, and about 3% in a 401k.

In retirement I will live largely off my stocks, I am successful growth investor. What is the most tax efficient way to manage my $$? A 72t annuity withdrawal from my traditional IRA doesn't look good, as the calculator limits don't fit my budgeting needs. Also, who is the best type of financial advisor to discuss these issues with? I would assume a fiduciary financial advisor.

Any advice or pointing me towards the best posts or websites would be greatly appreciated.

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