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Your retirement plan is a roadmap to your future, but like all plans, it is likely to evolve and change over time.
The economy will not behave exactly as you have anticipated and your own life and goals will also change over time.
And, the best retirement planning goes way beyond your savings and investments. Numerous other factors like Social Security, when you stop work, your longevity, home equity, debt, taxes, income sources, inflation, spending, healthcare costs, lifestyle choices, and more may actually represent greater value or be more important than your savings with regards to your overall financial wellness.
Explore how different philosophical and cultural definitions of time can provide insights into your financial decision-making process.
The average retirement age is… Find out and discover how to determine when you can securely retire… Age 50? 62? 75?
Consider all the strategies for maximizing saving opportunities while you are working.
You don’t want to and can’t afford to get retirement wrong. Here are tips to make sure you are ready, willing and able to have a retirement without regrets.
You need a retirement plan even if you don’t want one. Here are 3 tips for overcoming the mental blocks to achieving a secure financial future!
You know diet and exercise can help you live a long life. Have you also developed the social, emotional and financial habits you need to thrive?
Top retirement articles covered averages, happiness, fears, regrets, and more related to achieving a secure future.
Worrying is not the solution to financial stress. Find out about the one powerful thing you can do to feel better about your future.
Explore 20 scenarios to try with the NewRetirement Planner. These will increase your planning know-how and build your financial confidence.
Estimating your longevity with a best life expectancy calculator is a great way to improve your retirement financial and lifestyle projections. Start now!
Use this retirement checklist of 25 wise things to do before each year’s end to set yourself up for a great 2024 and a secure future.
The NewRetirement Planner now shows an estimate for your 2023 year-end numbers. The 2023 values are available on all charts.
The most important part of your financial plan isn’t your rate of return. It is planning your dreams – whatever is important to you.
Have financial holes in your retirement plan (like not enough savings or unknown risks? See if you should use home equity to fill them.
Certain ages play a crucial role in retirement planning. Find out what you need to know when.
Whether you are interested in budgeting, monitoring your finances, or making better financial decisions, find a financial planning tool that fits your goals.
Let’s find out why financial planning is the ultimate marshmallow test and explore a few tips for how you can ace it.
Should you consider alternative investments as part of your retirement asset allocation? Probably not, but it depends. Explore the pros and cons.
What chance do you have of living to 100? And, can you afford to do so? Explore life expectancy trends and what it takes to fund a long life.
How many of these 28 financial planning mistakes are you making? Almost everyone fails at #4 and #23. Explore the problems and how to fix them.
Find out why putting yourself in the mindset of your 80-year-old self and hearing what they have to say is really important.
Get a guided walk through of the new Roth functionality and get tips for making the most of the tool. Plus explore all the ways we help you make better decisions about conversions and tax deferred savings.
Here are 10 ways today’s retirees say they would have planned differently, and what you can do to avoid these retirement regrets.
Here are a 8 of the most important retirement and estate planning lessons from Bud Hebeler. They stand the test of time.
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