Definitions

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  • adjective Not of or pertaining to retirement.
  • noun The state of not having retired.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ retirement

Examples

  • The equity in a home at retirement dwarfs any nonretirement savings for most retirees.

    Homes Versus Stocks: You Can't Live in Your Portfolio

  • For nonretirement assets, the funds would typically flow into your estate and be distributed according to your will, assuming you have one.

    Beware the Beneficiary Form

  • Even though you must take your RMD and pay the taxes, you needn't spend the money; you may redeposit any or all of it into another nonretirement savings or investment account.

    Jason Alderman: Deadline Approaches for Mandatory IRA Withdrawals

  • So assuming you can afford to pay the tax with nonretirement assets--and can stomach the idea--you might now find this strategy preferable to giving an IRA to charity.

    New Estate Tax Law Could Hurt Charity

  • So assuming you can afford to pay the tax with nonretirement assets--and can stomach the idea--you might now find this strategy preferable to giving an IRA to charity.

    New Estate Tax Law Could Hurt Charity

  • This maneuver often makes sense if you can pay the tax from nonretirement funds, expect your tax rate to be the same or higher in retirement and won't need the funds for a decade or more.

    Rothify Your 401(k)

  • This maneuver often makes sense if you can pay the tax from nonretirement funds, expect your tax rate to be the same or higher in retirement and won't need the funds for a decade or more.

    Rothify Your 401(k)

  • So assuming you can afford to pay the tax with nonretirement assets--and can stomach the idea--you might now find this strategy preferable to giving an IRA to charity.

    New Estate Tax Law Could Hurt Charity

  • This maneuver often makes sense if you can pay the tax from nonretirement funds, expect your tax rate to be the same or higher in retirement and won't need the funds for a decade or more.

    Rothify Your 401(k)

  • This maneuver often makes sense if you can pay the tax from nonretirement funds, expect your tax rate to be the same or higher in retirement and won't need the funds for a decade or more.

    Rothify Your 401(k)

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