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When my time comes, I expect to take a lump sum in the year AFTER I retire, making retirement be toward the end of the year if necessary. Then my income for half a year or whatever won't push my tax bracket up.
And also, then I can put the after tax amount into whatever investments I choose.
Sound like a plan?
Best wishes, Chris
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