LONGMEADOW, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – Birthdays may seem less important as you grow older, but beginning at age 59, there are several key birthdays that can affect your tax situation, health-care eligibility, and retirement benefits. Dylan Bond, the owner of Dylan Bond Financial Services, shared more.
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59½ — You can start taking penalty-free withdrawals from IRAs and qualified retirement plans as long as certain conditions are met. Ordinary income taxes generally apply to these distributions. (Withdrawals taken prior to age 59½ may be subject to a 10% federal income tax penalty.)
62 — You are eligible to start collecting Social Security benefits, although your benefit will be reduced by up to 30%. To receive full benefits, you must wait until “full retirement age,” which ranges from 65 to 67 depending on the year you were born.
65 — You are eligible to enroll in Medicare. Medicare Part A Hospital Insurance benefits are automatic for those eligible for Social Security. Part B Medical Insurance benefits are voluntary and have a monthly premium. To obtain coverage at the earliest possible date, you should generally enroll about two to three months before turning 65.1
70½ — You must start taking minimum distributions from most tax-deferred retirement plans or face a 50% penalty on the amount that should have been withdrawn. Annual required minimum distributions are calculated according to life expectancies determined by the federal government.
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