Well, we've been talking taxes everybody's favorite subject, And if you're just joining us,

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Us, I'm somebody that's now in my 25th year of working with baby boomers and retirees and helping them to thrive not survive. But thrive in retirement. And the big thing that I'm really want to put an emphasis on its in particular for baby boomers and retirees, especially those out their predominant 50 years or older and you're either trying to get to retirement where you're trying to get through retirement. We've had the opportunity to talk with a number of folks they're trying to get to return. Trying to retire mid next year, but by the end of next year's first quarter, three months, six months, 12 months, two years, five years. And we've been really taken back in. And of course, they say right? Never assume that many people aren't aware of all the tax exposure. That they're going to encounter if they don't do take steps to prevent that unnecessary tax. It's a lot more difficult. Oh, un do those things than it is to prevent them from happening in the first place.

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