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How to Retire With Zero Taxes? Here's What You Need to Know

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Yes, you really can retire from taxes without evading your taxes.

Did you realize that tax-deferred accounts only postpone the payment of taxes?

Keith Whitcomb, who writes columns over on TheStreet's Retirement Daily, wrote about the "delayed tax obligation" that retirees face. 

According to Whitcomb, the delayed tax obligation is comparable to owning a house with a mortgage, your home equity is your net value after the mortgage.

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Instead of declining over time, the tax liability just continues to grow until you withdraw money from your retirement savings. 

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