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What Every Saver Needs to Know

This week’s article focuses on the fact that while “everyone’s retirement is different, 2022 is going to have some big differences from 2021 that will affect almost every retiree and retirement saver to some degree.” The article explains the specifics of what those differences are, including: Higher social security payouts Higher standard deductions for your …

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Is Your Social Security Check Going to be Enough For You?

Whether you’re recently retired, nearing retirement, or a few years in, an annuity can help build tax-deferred savings. Why is that important? Annuities can provide a guaranteed lifetime income to supplement your social security. According to a Gallup poll, 85% of investors “strongly agree that it’s important to have a guaranteed income stream in retirement …

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THE STANFORD LONGEVITY PROJECT LOOKS AT ANNUITIES

This week’s article references a topic we have been reflecting on over the past few months and that is the understanding that “retirees face a number of challenges to their financial security, including living longer and facing the danger of depleting their savings too soon. The pandemic has further threatened retirement nest eggs, as a …

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Don’t give up and call yourself retired

Above all else, don’t give up. This week’s article tells us that when it comes to retirement planning “It’s “entirely understandable to be both intimidated and frustrated by all the challenges you might face, particularly with respect to finding work if you’ve been furloughed or laid off. It may sound easy to just give up …

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More Fiscally Conservative Yet Simultaneously More Freeing

This week’s article tells a story we are all too familiar with: “Approaching retirement at age 65, John and Jill Smith realized their monthly income from Social Security and pensions total $700 less than their fixed expenses. They have savings to fill the gap, but worry that their nest egg may not be sufficient to …

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