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Updated 03/13/2017

  Retirement planning very simple, provided you don't get
  severe downturns in the markets, Savings and Loans in
  deep trouble, Home Mortgages failing in mass, Banks
  having their own meltdown, Insurance companies in
  deep trouble, the auto industry needing bailouts, cities
  who can pay their own debts or expenses, and the flow
  of cash out of the United States or rapid rise in interest
  rates or government spending without the cash on hand.
  If any of this happens you may need a Plan B to survive. 
  

 86% of Americans can't answer the basic money question about retirement.



    DEFINITIONS 

      Early Retirement
     
Retire young, and you're starting those free-spending years early. At the same time,
     crafting an income is trickier. Not only can't you take Social Security until age 62,
     you'll lock in a higher payment if you wait until full retirement age to claim (67 for
     those born in 1960 or later).
 

      A retirement savings account is a type of retirement plan account that is envisioned
     to replace all three different types of individual retirement accounts that are
     currently used in the United States: traditional IRA, Roth IRA and Simple IRA.
     Contributions would be made on an after-tax basis.








    GOVERNMENT SOURCES 

      Plan for Your Retirement  |  Social Security Administration
     A secure, comfortable retirement is every worker's dream. And now because we're
     living longer, healthier lives, we can expect to spend more time in retirement than
     our parents and grandparents did. 
Achieving the dream of a secure, comfortable
     retirement is much easier when you plan your finances. 

     Top 10 Ways to Prepare for Retirement  |  US Department of Labor
     A brochure from The Employee Benefits Security Administration of the US
     Department of Labor.





    ARTICLES 

     Money Retirement Articles  |  CNN

     New Rules for Early Retirement  |  Money

     Older Workers Don't Want to Retire, May consider Other Industries
                                                                                    |  Challenger, Gray & Christmas

     Retirement Articles  |  Money



     The Best Places to Retire [2016]  |  Forbes, William P Barrett






























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