Retirement Career Advice

Retirement Career Advice
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How To Get The Best Retirement Career Advice

What's the best advice you've ever received about your career? What about the best advice you've been given about retirement? 

You've probably been given plenty of great advice about working. 'Do your best.' 'Learn to work as part of the team.' 'Set goals, reach your goals, then set more.' 'Give as much as you can'.

The same is true for planning for your retirement. Start saving when you're still young. Save at least 10 percent of your income. Make wise investments.

But what about advice for your retirement career: What have people told you that you ought to do to plan for it? It used to be that if you worked hard and saved well when you were retired, you could just be retired. 

Unfortunately, that's not always the case anymore. These days, even with the stock market achieving record highs, many people need to work longer. Worse than that, many people who do retire find themselves going back into the workforce because they didn't plan as well as they had thought that they did.

Of course, career options for retirees aren't as varied as they are when we first enter the job market. Gone will be the days that the career field was wide open and we can choose anything. 

That doesn't mean that you should give up hope. Instead, it means that you need to work harder and invest even more wisely. By planning carefully, by maintaining an awareness of the markets and how your investments function within them, you still can follow that old retirement career advice: work hard, save well and when you retire, be retired.

But that advice isn't nearly as simple as it sounds. In order to have the money to invest, you'll likely spend a lot of your time working. In order to invest wisely, there's a lot of information that you'll need to gather.  You'll need to learn how stocks, bonds and mutual funds have performed over time. You'll need to gather information about interest rates. You'll need to recognize inflation and understand how it affects your savings.

Getting all that information takes a lot of time - at least it does if you do it on your own. 

Don't let that discourage you, though. You don't need to do all of the research yourself. In fact, it's possible to gather all of the information you need with a simple click of a button - the blue button below at the bottom of this page. 

When you do, you'll be able to download a free retirement calculator. You can then analyze your investments and savings. You can see how your investments have performed over time. Using that information and the calculator's projection tools, you can estimate how much your retirement savings will be able to do for you once you retire.

And, when you use the retirement calculator, you can gather other information as well. You can use the powerful 'what if' tools to analyze different investment strategies and even to see how withdrawals you make from your savings will affect your retirement - and whether or not you'll need to find a new career.

Whether you like, or don't like, what you see when you use the free retirement calculator, you'll have the opportunity to talk with a financial advisor who can help you to make decisions to ensure your future.

Click the blue button below now to get started. And the next time someone asks you about the best retirement career advice you've ever received, you'll be sure to tell them all about the free retirement calculator and how it's helping you make your retirement dreams come true.