Clients who are approaching retirement fearing that they haven’t saved enough in their retirement accounts should know that there is a major advantage to simply staying on the job at the employer sponsoring that plan.

The IRS waives the otherwise required minimum annual distribution of 3.65% that kicks in when a person reaches 70 ½ for those who continue to work even a few hours a week for the employer sponsoring the defined-contribution plan.

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