Smith Manoeuvre AFTER You Retire
What do you do with the Smith Manoeuvre AFTER you retire?
My latest video is for you if you already know the basics of the Smith Manoeuvre.
You have been doing this strategy for awhile, you’ve converted your mortgage to tax deductible, and you’re thinking about retiring.
You’ve got a big investment portfolio and this tax deductible credit line, what do you do now?
Discover 5 strategies that we suggest to our clients, and how you can implement them to your advantage!
- What options do you have for the Smith Manoeuvre after you retire?
- The 3 options based on your risk tolerance & desired lifestyle.
- Success rates of retirement income withdrawals.
- Key tax brackets before and after age 65.
- 5 Smith Manoeuvre strategies you can do after you retire.
- Tax implications of Smith Manoeuvre withdrawals.
- Designing your retirement income with the Smith Manoeuvre.
I hope you enjoy it!
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No problem. Glad your quesiton was answered.
Sorry Ed – got ahead of myself and posted my question halfway through the video.
Feel free to delete.
Thanks for the video. You are an advocate for total return and creating your own dividends.
How do withdrawals (beyond actual dividends) work when you wish to keep the HELOC 100% deductible?