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Big-Ticket Retirement Cost You’re Paying Too Little Attention To

If you think Medicare will cover all your health expenses in retirement, think again. Your lifetime out-of-pocket expenses during retirement could reach into the six figures.

  • How Close Are You to Your Goal?

    More than nine in 10 workers say they’ve raised their 401(k) contributions, but most are still behind in saving for their retirement goals.

  • Are You Leaving Money on the Table?

    One-third of workers report their 401(k) plan match has increased in the last five years.

  • Checking in With Reality

    Investors expect to earn 14% annually, well above the 10% average annual return of the S&P 500 over the last 50 years.

  • Getting By With a Little Help

    Workers contributed more to their 401(k)s when they worked with a financial advisor.

  • No Alarm Clock

    No alarm clock is the number one thing workers are looking forward to in retirement.

  • Battle of the Sexes: IRA Edition

    Men had higher average and median IRA balances than women.

  • Where’s Your Income Coming From?

    The youngest workers may be able to cover about half as much of their retirement expenses with Social Security and a pension as the oldest workers.

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