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One of the things we hear most often is "I'd like to retire but I need to keep working till I'm 59½, don't I?"
This is usually because of the fear of the 10% tax penalty associated with their retirement distributions prior to 59½, or the belief that they simply can't access the proceeds.
While their concerns are valid -- and for most people it probably makes more sense to wait -- there are others who have positioned themselves to seriously consider retiring before age 59½.
The good news is we're here to help you determine which option is right for you!
If you have reached age 55 and are still employed with Publix, your options may be better than you think.
4 ways to find out more:
So, what does Life after Publix look like for you? It all begins with a phone call.
In Central Florida at (407) 663-5020From South Florida at (561) 237-5007
*The information contained in this section is provided for educational purposes only and should not be considered personal advice.
While the information is believed to be accurate, it remains the sole responsibility of Publix Associates to contact the Retirement Department of Publix to obtain confirmation of it's accuracy prior to separating from service and taking distribution of their retirement accounts. It is also the sole responsibility of Publix Associates to contact their tax and legal advisors to confirm the accuracy of any tax or legal issues mentioned here that may be applicable to their particular situation. The information in this section may not be transferable to other corporate retirement plans and should be verified before applying to your individual situation.
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