Income tax bills often soar when a client turns 70 1/2, triggering what the IRS terms required mandatory distributions from tax-deferred retirement accounts.

If clients still want to pursue paid occupations because they enjoy them and gain a sense of self-worth, their income from work and the RMD together might bump them into a higher tax bracket.

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