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Should You Retire Now, Or Later?

Feb 2, 2015 7:25:39 AM / by The Retirement Group (800) 900-5867 posted in Brent Wolf, CAM Annuity, Chevron, Chris Huber, erik Larsen, ExxonMobil, Frank Esposito, Jeremy Keating, Jodi Ripp, Jon Guay, Justin Irving, Lloyd Silvers, Matt Nelson, Michael Reese, Michael Tomren, Steve Boblis, 401K, 401k, 401K.com, 72T, 72t, access.att, Age Penalties, age penalties, Alex Mele, AT&T 401K, AT&T seminar, benefit commencement date, Best adviser, Walter Reese

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Financially, there are reasons why you may want to work a bit longer.  

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OPTIONS FOR TAKING MONEY OUT OF A ROTH

Sep 5, 2013 4:08:00 AM / by The Retirement Group (800) 900-5867 posted in Brent Wolf, Chevron, Early Retirement, Economy, ERB, Hewitt, Jodi Ripp, Lump Sum, netbenefits, Pension, Pension Options, The Retirement Group, The Retirement Group John Jastremski, Verizon, 401k, 401K.com, Age Penalties, Benefit Commencement Date, benefits help

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Explaining some of the intricacies of withdrawals.

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Government-Sponsored Disability Insurance Programs

Aug 8, 2011 8:35:32 AM / by The Retirement Group (800) 900-5867 posted in Chevron, ExxonMobil, Financial Planning, In Service Withdrawal, Jodi Ripp, Michael Tomren, Option 1 withdrawal, Retired, access.att, age penalties, AT&T Pension, benefit commencement date

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Government-Sponsored Disability Insurance Programs

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6 STEPS TO GET OUT OF DEBT

Jul 20, 2011 8:46:26 AM / by The Retirement Group (800) 900-5867 posted in CAM Annuity, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Financial Planning, Hewitt, hr1stop, In Service Withdrawal, Jodi Ripp, Lloyd Silvers, Lump Sum, Michael Tomren, netbenefits, Northrop Grumman, Option 1 withdrawal, Steve Boblis, Texas Instrument, The Retirement Group John Jastremski, 401K, 72t, access.att, age penalties, AT&T seminar, att workshop, benefit commencement date, Best adviser

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    <p align="center"><em style="font-size: 1em; text-align: left;"><b>Why not plan to lighten your financial burden?</b></em></p>

Positive moves to counteract negative cash flow. In its most recent Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York put aggregate U.S. consumer debt at $11.4 trillion in the fourth quarter of 2010. Divide that by the Census Bureau’s estimate of 114.8 million households in 2010 and you get an average American household debt of $99,303.1,2

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