AAFMAA Webinar: When Should I Take My First RMD?

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Nothing lasts forever. Or so they say. But there’s no shame in trying to make the good times last as long as possible. In fact, we encourage it.

If you’ve been stashing money away in an IRA or Retirement Plan, it may feel like your money will grow and grow and grow. It’s been growing tax-free forever. Why stop now?

Well, like everything else, that good deal eventually comes to an end. After a while, the money you withdraw from your IRA or other Retirement Plan will be taxable.

But don’t give up just yet! There are ways you can protect your money for the future. Certain RMD strategies and other tax-saving habits can help keep your assets alive for years. The trick is to know what they are.

Join AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust on April 11, 2019, for a complimentary webinar that will explain the ins and outs of all the tax-saving strategies and tips you need to know to keep your assets growing and growing.

It’s taken a lot of hard work and discipline to get your financial situation where it is. Make sure it’s not all for nothing. For your sake, and for the sake of your heirs.

Space for this webinar is limited, so register and reserve your spot now for either the morning (9 a.m.) or afternoon (3 p.m.) session. Whichever is most convenient for you.

To watch previous AAFMAA Webinars for free, covering important MilFam topics, such as VA loans, military retirement planning, social security secrets, and much more, head over to the AAFMAA INTEL Center. You can watch all of the webinars on-demand.

More Free AAFMAA Webinars for Your Military Life:

AAFMAA Webinar: What Are Mortgage Points and When Should I Pay Them?

AAFMAA Webinar: Practical Tips to Reduce Your Tax Bill

AAFMAA Webinar: Investing for Retirement

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