You can delay retirement to make your income last
There are many benefits to delaying retirement for as long as possible.
Continuing to work gives you more time to save for retirement. It reduces the years which you have to fund with your retirement savings. Social Security benefits increase the longer you wait to claim*, and retirement investments have additional time to potentially grow in tax-deferred accounts.
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We created hypothetical composite income profiles based on experiences of real customers to showcase different types of retirement considerations.
The long-term planners
Al & Sarah
Stable financial situation, conservative, long-term planners who are nearing retirement.
Conservative & semi-retired
Pam & John
Financially stable, conservative, long-term planners who are semi-retired.
Retired, financially limited, and a moderate risk taker.
The moderate risk taker
Retired, financially stable, moderate-aggressive risk taker.
Clara & Eduardo
Nearing retirement, financially stable, nervous about market volatility.
The aggressive risk takers
Frank & Pete
Nearing retirement, financially limited, aggressive risk takers.
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