The SECURE Act Isn’t The Only Major Change To Retirement Saving This Year

2020-01-05 21_23_02-Silver Imac Displaying Line Graph Placed on Desk · Free Stock PhotoThe SECURE Act, which went into effect on January 1st, will change the way workers save for retirement, the way retirees spend down their retirement savings, and the way beneficiaries will receive money from inherited retirement accounts. But the various provisions of the SECURE Act aren’t the only ways that saving for retirement will change this year. As today’s article notes, “Other trends have been in motion over the last few years” – and the author outlines three trends that will impact how Americans save for retirement this year and beyond. For more, CLICK HERE.

How To Accumulate $1 Million By Retirement (And Will That Even Be Enough?)

2018-08-16 19_49_20-40+ Beautiful Million Dollars Photos · Pexels · Free Stock PhotosWhat does it take to have accumulated $1 million by retirement age (65)? The author of today’s article outlines how this seemingly Herculean task is “actually much easier–especially if you start saving early–to let your investments do as much heavy lifting as possible.” How can you have $1 million saved by age 65 – and is $1 million even an appropriate savings target in the first place? CLICK HERE for more.