Retire Your Way

Understanding important dates and processes is crucial, both for people who are approaching that age themselves as well as for those whose parents may need some help navigating and staying on top of these deadlines. The decisions you (or your parents) make during pre- and post-retirement years can be important in determining how much money will be available during retirement.

Coming up with a retirement plan of your own can be stressful. No matter how you plan to spend your years in retirement, it’s best to be prepared for whatever may come your way. If you’re unsure if you have the right retirement savings plan or want to know what your savings should be by your age, contact our licensed agents to help guide you to a strategy that works best for you.

Preparing for retirement requires knowing the answer to these questions and so much more. An AYG licensed agent can offer you knowledge and experience to help you get the information and services that can help you live well in your golden years.

  • How do I start saving for retirement?
  • Am I saving enough for retirement?
  • How long will my retirement savings last?
  • How do I know how much I’ll need to comfortably live in retirement?

One in three new retirees struggle with finding purpose after leaving their job, according to a recent Edward Jones study. Without a plan for life after retirement, many retirees may find themselves feeling restless, craving something more but not knowing where to start or what that something might be.

According to the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, the median total household retirement savings across all workers is approximately $50,000.  More than half of workers (55%) plan to work when retired, of those who plan to work in retirement, 35% list lack of retirement savings as a cause. AYG Insurance and Financial Services provides the resources, guidance, and solutions you need to plan your retirement. Whether just starting out or you have already started planning, we have the tools to help you succeed.

At about age 50, the rules and deadlines for Medicare, Social Security, IRAs, 401(k)s and other employer-sponsored retirement plans start to kick in. Understanding those dates and processes is crucial, both for people who are approaching that age themselves as well as for those whose parents may need some help navigating and staying on top of these deadlines.

The decisions you (or your parents) make during pre- and post-retirement years can be important in determining how much money will be available during retirement.

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