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I've found that this is the key to qualifying for a $0/month Obamacare plan.

Paying Taxes Wisely: A Fresh Look at Tax-Efficient Withdrawal Strategies
https://www.kiplinger.com/article/retirement/T037-C032-S014-...

2. Make the most of untaxed capital gains.

Did you know that some people don’t have to pay taxes on capital gains? If your taxable income is less than $38,700 (for single filers) or $77,400 (for married couples filing jointly), long-term capital gains and qualified dividends aren’t taxed. This is another area where people may benefit from the recent increase in the standard deduction.

We’ve found that those who have a lot of assets in taxable accounts may be better served by taking advantage of untaxed capital gains than by taking tax-deferred distributions to fill up ordinary income brackets.

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