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  • The 4 things to do before retirement

    The Wall Street Journal - 10/04/2015

    With that in mind, preretirees should consider springing for needed repairs or purchases while they are still earning money, saysTimothy Gagnon, a certified public accountant and tax lawyer who is a professor at Northeastern University.

    “People need to look at their home, their roof, their car, and replace or repair anything that needs attention before they retire, preferably during the three to five years prior to retiring,” says Mr. Gagnon. “You don’t want big hits to cash flow once retirement begins.”

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