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Retirement is a major concern for most people today. People are living longer and
have to plan for more retirement years than previous generations. Social Security
is less certain than in the past, and corporate retirement plans are changing in
ways that leave us increasingly responsible for saving and investing for retirement.
It's never too early or too late to start preparing for retirement; your Hantz Financial
Services (HFS) advisor can help you design a retirement game plan that suits your
needs and budget.
A retirement game plan will help you identify whether you will have enough resources
to make your goal a reality. Retirement resources include Social Security benefits,
employer sponsored pension and defined contribution plan (such as a 401k),
traditional or Roth IRAs, and personal
savings. When deciding your retirement age, you need to consider how much you've
saved, your desired retirement lifestyle, and your life expectancy. Today's increased
life expectancy makes saving for retirement challenging: the more years you'll need
to fund, the more you'll need to save. To make sure that you don't outlast your
money, you should assume that you'll live for a long time.
One of the most important decisions you need to make is how you'll invest your retirement
dollars before and during retirement. Your retirement portfolio should be designed
with risk and return considerations; historically, investments with higher returns
have higher risk exposure. A well-diversified portfolio will help you contain your
risk exposure while attempting to realize your rate of return. Diversification does
not assure a profit or protect against loss in a decreasing market. Once established, your
portfolio should be reviewed and adjusted regularly. Your HFS advisor can help you
design and manage your retirement portfolio.
While volatility is the most important risk, it is not the only one. Your retirement
game plan should also address:
- Taxes. Utilizing tax-reduction strategies such tax-deferred and tax-exempt investments
can improve your overall retirement picture. The dollars that are not paid in taxes
can be invested to provide additional retirement income in the long run.
- Health Care Costs. Health-care costs are growing at a much faster pace than inflation;
at the same time, fewer employers are offering their retirees health coverage. Make
sure that your retirement plan includes appropriate funding for health-care costs
There is no better day than today to start planning for retirement, and HFS financial
advisor can help get you started.
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