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Three Phases of Retirement Spending

There are fewer hot topics in retirement planning than how much you should expect to spend once you retire. On the one hand, you won’t be spending for work-related activities so maybe you will spend less. On the other hand, health care costs will likely rise until you are eligible ... Read More
 

How to Prepare for Retirement Without Freaking Out

People worry about retirement because it’s a great unknown. It’s like walking down a lighted hallway and turning into a dark room. You’ve never been there so it’s scary. That’s normal. Want to prepare for retirement without freaking out? You need a total retirement plan. Having a plan for anything ... Read More
 

Warning: Health Care Costs in Retirement Are a Trap

Here are some frightening statistics about the impact of health care costs in retirement and their relationship to Social Security benefits: The average 70-year old couple will spend $14,554 on out-of-pocket health care costs in 2017. This assumes no extreme illnesses. It will take approximately 40% of this couple’s Social ... Read More
 

Will Social Security Be Around When I Need It?

This is a question we often receive from people planning for retirement. For some people, Social Security retirement benefits are an important part of their retirement income strategy and for others it is crucial. Currently, approximately 61 million people receive Social Security retirement benefits (about out one in five Americans). ... Read More