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from RedRock Financial | October 2019
Dipping into Your Retirement
The Cost of Early Withdrawals
How do you look at your retirement account? As untouchable or money that's available for 'just in case?' Surprisingly, many Americans believe in the later.
According to a recent survey by Magnify Money more than half of Americans have raided their retirement accounts early.
While taking money from a retirement account to pay debts, buy a house or pay for college may seem reasonable, it is often not a wise financial move.
Using 529 Money
It's Good for More than Just College Tuition
School is back in session, and while it may be a time of joy for parents, it also can be a drain to their pocketbooks.
Educating our kids is expensive; tuition, supplies, computers and housing all adds up fast. But if you planned and funded a 529 account for your kids or grand kids, you might be pleasantly surprised to know that you can pay for more than just tuition with the money. Click on the link below for some IRS qualified expenses.
Economic Updates

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