Planning for your retirement often involves determining how you are going to save enough money to afford the lifestyle you want to maintain. But some forethought about when you'll withdraw money from your retirement accounts, and which accounts you'll tap first, can help you maximize your hard-earned savings.Many Americans have more than one source of money in retirement -- income from Social Security retirement benefits, distributions from work-related accounts such as pension or a 401(k) and money saved in an individual retirement account. You may also have put a little extra aside in a high interest savings or taxable investment account.
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