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Social Security and a company pension, if your company offers one, provide a foundation for your retirement income. But the two combined may cover just a portion of what you need.
This graph shows how Social Security and a pension cover only about 80% of expenses for retirees with modest needs. The higher your needs, the less these income sources will cover.
To fill the retirement income gap, investments and other personal assets will be a necessary part of your retirement income. These may include IRAs, employer-sponsored plans such as a 401(k) or 403(b), mutual funds, stocks, CDs and savings accounts, all invested with the goal of providing a balance of:
Personal assets also may include proceeds from rental properties or the sale of a house, an inheritance, or salary from a post-retirement job.
Planning for your retirement income is crucial, whether you’re five years or 25 years away from retirement. The good news is you don’t have to figure it out alone. We can work with you to determine:
The examples presented are hypothetical and are not representative of any specific situation. Your results may vary. All investing involves risk including loss of principal.