Many Americans are rightfully concerned that they will live longer than their income lasts. Are you?
Recent statistics show that if you and your spouse are both 65 today, there’s a 50% chance that one of you will live to age 901 and a 25% chance that one of you will live to age 96.1 And the longer you live, the more likely you are to outlive your savings.
Are you retiring within a year?
Are you focused on saving; retirement's still in the future?
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How will retirement affect my expenses?
Am I saving enough? What can I change?
How will this account be used?
What will I earn with this account?
How advantageous is increasing my savings?
Which savings or income source will be the largest?
How much can I contribute to my retirement plan each year?
What if I underestimate my expenses?
What will my income be after I retire?
What will my expenses be after I retire?
What happens if tax laws change?
How much of an effect can inflation have?
Which savings should be used first?
How much will Social Security provide after retirement?
What if Social Security no longer exists?
1 Source: Annuity 2000 Mortality Table. Assumes both are in good health.