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... well enough in order to provide regular and significant income for the rest of your retirement. Purchasing additional service years – this method can be used if the company you work for allows you to ...
... retirement. Keep in mind that you must not rely solely on the Social Security or your company pension plan. Instead, you should depend on yourself and on how skillfully you manage to plan and invest your ...
3. Retirement tips for women
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... of it. Your company might provide you with a policy that matches the contributions to your retirement plan. By using the policy offered by the employer, you will make your retirement funds grow faster. ...
... retire even earlier than planned due to medical problems or company downsizing. Waiting to start saving is another major mistake. Therefore, you should keep in mind that the longer you plan to wait to ...
5. Where to Retire: Panama
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... at least $500 per month from either a government agency or a derived-benefit pension from a company. This moves up to $600 if you apply as a couple. You'll also need a police check and a clean bill of ...
... for You This is the individual version of Still River's RetirementWORKS II software, which is used by financial professionals helping clients plan for their future. The company boasts that it addresses ...
7. How to Write a Retirement Speech
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... what are the big achievements that you'd like to draw attention to? Is there anyone in the company who deserves special mention for the help they gave you, or just for their close friendship? Once you've ...
... for the farewell speech. It could be any number of people - the person's direct boss, the company owner, a co-worker who the retiree was particularly close to. If you are chosen to give the speech, give ...
... decades' worth of work, so a more personal touch will definitely be appreciated. Get hold of photos taken during the retiree's time at the company - they could belong to you, your co-workers or even come ...
10. How to write a retirement letter
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... offer the company assistance after the retirement date in training their successor to make the transition easier. If you wish to do this it can be offered in the conclusion, plus details of any assets ...
11. How does a 401(k) work?
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... the first 6 percent you save. If your company matches your contributions, it's like getting extra money on top of your salary. As an employee you can decide where to direct future contributions or current ...
12. How is your 401(k) taxed?
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Even without your company matching your contributions, the tax savings alone make a 401(k) plan an excellent opportunity. Because your investments are earning interest and are growing tax free, the interest ...
13. How to plan for Retirement
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... advantage of these start-up investments is that your employer automatically deducts the money from your paycheck and often matches your contributions. For example if you earn $50,000 a year and your company ...
14. How Changing Jobs Can Affect 401(k) Plans
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... qualified retirement plan - especially if you're thinking about changing jobs in the near future. 1. Is the Company Match Really Yours? Make sure you understand your company's vesting cycle. The fact ...
15. Beware of Retirement Planning Mistakes
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... Sponsored Qualified 401(k) Plan? If your company offer a matching program for 401(k) investments and you aren't taking full advantage, you may as well be throwing money in the garbage. Not only is your ...
16. What You Might Not Know About Your 401(k)
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... these kinds of accounts.   Costs: Have you ever wondered how your company's 401(k) provider makes money for managing its clients' retirement programs? If you think that are no costs associated with administering ...
17. Retirement Plan Progress Check
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... downs of what is going on with your investment accounts. Too often, people who've been participating in a company 401(k) plan without really monitoring it get close to retirement and are surprised to find ...
... to depend on social security to provide enough income to support yourself comfortably during your retirement years. If your company has an employer sponsored retirement plan, it only makes sense to participate, ...
19. Understanding Retirement Plan Rollovers
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... some people, it's generally not the best course of action. If you're not yet at retirement age and you take money out of your 401(k) – even if it is through a company that you have left – you're going ...
20. Understanding Your Employer Sponsored 401(k)
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Are you fortunate enough to work for a company that offers a qualified retirement plan? If your employer provides an opportunity for employees to participate in a 401(k) retirement account, it's certainly ...
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