Retirement Planning Workshop - A Guide To Retirement Planning For Employees

Retire with confidence: Tips for successful retirement planning.

 A Guide To Retirement Planning For Employees

Whether your retirement is many years ahead, a couple of years away, or just around the corner, you need to start retirement planning early if you want to help secure your finances. After all, during your retired life, you should enjoy life and not have to worry about money.

Retirement Planning

Before we go further, let us first talk about the actual definition of retired life. It is a process of determining your retired life income objectives. 

Retirement planning includes: 

  • identifying sources of income, 
  • estimating expenses, 
  • employing a saving program, 
  • and managing assets.

Retirement planning requires individuals to put aside some of their current income for long-term savings and investment.
Very early in the process, you will need to decide at what age you would like to retire. Although this might be a rough idea at an earlier stage, it is subject to change as the years pass by. According to studies, people today are living and working longer than those in the previous generation. So you need to think about it early in the process.

Retirement Planning
A Guide To Retirement Planning For Employees

Setting Financial Goals for Retirement

The second phase of your retired life is setting goals. You need to calculate a rough sketch about the percentage of your pre-retirement annual income to save money for your post-retirement years.

The amount of money you should save for retirement depends on various factors, including:

  • Your earning power while you are working 
  • Your planned retirement age
  • Healthcare cost during retirement
  • and the lifestyle you want to lead after your retirement.

Savings depend on the lifestyle you want after your retirement.

Once you have a rough idea of your retired life age and the percentage of your pre-retirement annual income, you can start with designing a long-term plan that shows how much you have to set aside each year to meet your retirement goals. 

A professional is required to understand how much money you should withdraw every year so that the money lasts through your expected lifetime. Along with that, a professional working in the area of retirement planning will help you understand your pensions and other retirement income. 

It is highly recommended to explore different options, such as attending investment workshops when setting up your retirement life plan. 

You can work out variations of your retirement plan in which you can change:
  • your estimations, 
  • the amount you save and invest every year, 
  • your retirement age, 
  • and many other factors.

As said above, your retirement life planning process will be quite easy if you take expert advice. There are many companies that help individuals plan their retirement in a proper way. You can attend the financial planning seminar organized by them. They can help you set financial goals and develop the right action plan for your retirement.
Retirement planning requires individuals to put aside some of their current income for long-term savings and investment.

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Updated below by Inveigle Magazine on 12-30-2021

Sources of Retirement Income

There are a variety of sources of retirement income, such as:
  • 401(K):
  • Pension plans: 
  • Personal savings:
  • Investments:
  • CDs:
  • Annuities:
  • Home Equity:
  • Real Estate:
  • Inheritance:
  • Passive Income:
  • Social Security:  is a program run by the government to help protect people from poverty as they get older and/or disabled.
  • IRA and Roth IRA: 
"There are several kinds of IRAs, including traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, SEP IRAs, and SIMPLE IRAs. Each has different rules regarding eligibility, taxation, and withdrawals. Individual taxpayers can establish traditional and Roth IRAs, and small business owners and self-employed individuals can set up SEP and SIMPLE IRAs. An IRA must be opened with an institution that has received Internal Revenue Service (IRS) approval to offer these accounts. Choices include banks, brokerage companies, federally insured credit unions, and savings and loan associations. - Investopedia"

Now that you know some tips to set your financial goals for retirement and sources to build your net worth for retirement income, it's time to prepare for the future while enjoying your life.

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Author: works as a retirement investment adviser with Fortified Retirement. I chose investment advisory as a career as I've always been attracted to learning more about investment and loved things that look perfect in the retirement seminar and workshop-related services. Throughout the years, I've worked with lots of retirement planning seminar projects, each of them being one of its kind. 

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