Every year in the mail you receive a Social Security Benefits Statement. It’s an itemized statement that breaks down how much money you’ve earned in your lifetime, and how much you can expect to receive in Social Security benefits (payments) upon your retirement. Don’t throw those reports in the trash. Here’s what you should be doing with your Social Security Statement Sample instead.
If you’re anything like me, the mere mention of having to make big financial decisions (even if they are good for me) makes me cringe and worry I won’t understand the facts. So, I want to break down 401k retirement plan information into a language everyone can understand. Here are the different contribution options, what to think about when investing, and what to do if you leave your job and you want to take your 401k benefits with you.
Early retirement is a dream shared by many. However, unless you do some advance planning, the dream of retiring early can begin to feel hopelessly out … Read more
Retirement may seem like a big black hole in your future, but when you add up all the little pieces to the puzzle, your retirement savings may not be as far from the mark as you thought. Hidden or forgotten assets can go a long way in filling your financial gap! Here’s how to determine how much money you will really need to live comfortably when you retire.