Retirement Strategies to Fit Your Unique Needs
The concept of retirement is changing. And so are the ways that people prepare for it. For some, retirement means lots of leisure time to pursue hobbies and interests. For others it means a change to part-time work, and still others will spend their new found free time with family members or as a volunteer in the community.
Whatever your plans for retirement may be, you have a valuable tool at your fingertips to help you prepare financially for what could be the most rewarding part of your life. This tool is your retirement plan. Many retirement programs offer investment options to choose from, and contributions can come from your employer, you or both to provide the accumulation you need to fund your future.
58% of Americans haven’t calculated their retirement needs.* It’s never too soon to think about your retirement. Procrastination when saving for retirement can be steep.
Developing a strategy for financially secure retirement is no simple task. That’s why an experienced professional’s knowledge and objectivity can make this important challenge more manageable.
Our process is designed to help individuals answer questions such as:
- When can I retire?
- Will I have enough money to retire?
- How long will my retirement savings last if I retire?
- When should I start Social Security?
We can help in identifying strengths and weaknesses in your current financial picture or in developing a comprehensive financial plan.
Contact us today for a complimentary, no obligation consultation.
* Ruth Helman, Craig Copeland, and Jack VanDerhei, “The 2011 Retirement Confidence Survey: confidence Drops to Record Lowes, Reflecting the New Normal”, EBRI Issue Brief, no. 355 (Employee Benefit Research Institute, March 2011).