How much can you expect to spend on healthcare in retirement? In this 7-minute video, we look at some current healthcare cost projections for retirees, including a breakdown of 2018 Medicare costs.
In this video, learn about each of the legs of the traditional “three-legged stool” for retirement income: employer pensions, Social Security, and personal savings and investments. We provide an overview of the three pillars along with the most important considerations for each.
In this intro to investing, we talk about setting investing goals and choosing appropriate risk levels for your timeline. We also explain asset allocation and the importance of looking at ALL of your assets when making investment decisions.
Once you’ve determined your expected income and expenses in retirement, you may find that you won’t have enough income to meet your needs and goals. Closing this difference, or “gap,” is an important part of your retirement income plan.
This 11-minute video discusses the key considerations for the various sources of income you may have in retirement, including social security, pensions and personal savings.
In this eight-minute video, we discuss some of the major factors you’ll need to consider when determining your target retirement income, including risks associated with inflation, longevity, and taxes.
This short video digs into the first step of the retirement income planning process: determining the amount of income you’ll need in retirement.
Take nine minutes to explore the five-step process behind retirement income planning, from income and gap analysis to retirement savings.
You may be familiar with the concept of investment risk and return: the greater the risk, the greater the potential reward, right? Not necessarily. In this six-minute video, we examine different types of risks you should consider, as well as one within your own control — the risk of emotional investing.
This 11-minute video provides an overview of what makes up an investment portfolio. We look at different investment types, including cash, bonds, stocks and funds, then talk about diversification and how to balance out risk and reward.