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“How Long Will 1 Million Last in Retirement”

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Types of Retirement Plans and Which to Consider

Types of Retirement Plans and Which to Consider

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…income) reaches $138,000 in 2023 and $146,000 in 2024. As a joint filer, your ability to contribute to a Roth IRA phases out at $218,000 in 2023 and at $230,000…


How to Save for Retirement

How to Save for Retirement

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…when you retire: $2,000 per month, or $24,000 per year. $100,000 – $24,000 = $76,000 / 0.04 = $1.9 million That’s the target amount of retirement savings you would need,…


What Are the Average Retirement Savings By State?

What Are the Average Retirement Savings By State?

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…Rank (as of 9/29/21): 12 out of 51 North Dakota •   Average Retirement Balance: $319,609 •   Rank (as of 9/29/21): 50 out of 51 Nebraska •   Average Retirement Balance: $404,650…


Understanding a Retirement Gap Analysis

Understanding a Retirement Gap Analysis

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…For a $100,000 salary, that means $3,000 per year of employer contributions, in addition to $6,000 from the employee. That’s $9,000 per year. A 401(k) account, among other retirement plans…


Pros & Cons of Working After Retirement

Pros & Cons of Working After Retirement

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…to a 401(k), an employer-sponsored retirement plan. In 2024, individuals can contribute up to $23,000 to their 401(k), or up to $30,500 if they’re 50 or older. Opening an IRA…


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