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National Save For Retirement Week

In Retirement

Today, and every day for the next 16 years, it’s estimated that 10,000 Baby Boomers will turn 65. That’s a staggering number of people nearing retirement! And with the average lifespan of American’s increasing, it could mean spending up to 30 or more years in retirement for some.

It is important that before participants stop working that they are financially prepared to do so. Establishing a budget is an important step since no more paychecks coming in means less financial flexibility. 

Approaching Retirement

Ideally, if you’re in your 50s, you should be getting close to your retirement saving goals. But that isn’t always the case.

Plan participants in their 50s can take advantage of catch-up contributions which allow them to contribute extra money to their retirement plan. For 401(k) plans, that means in 2013 someone over 50 can contribute an extra $5,500.

It’s National Save for Retirement Week. It’s a great time to consider how you could help plan participants in their 50s enter the home stretch in their retirement planning. 

Retirement Planning for the Millennial Generation

For most of those in the millennial generation, retirement planning feels incredibly far off when they’re trying to find money to pay student loans or purchase the latest iPhone. A recent survey however, did find that not having enough money for retirement was a top concern for those ages 18 to 29.*