As financial planning evolves from asset accumulation to portfolio drawdowns, the key role for advisers becomes helping clients who are retiring replace their paychecks.

“Many clients want to start withdrawing from their taxable accounts to hold taxes down,” says Paul Gydosh, a CFP and managing director at Kensington Wealth Partners in Columbus, Ohio. “I give them two reasons to take money from their [individual retirement account], too.”

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