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Good coaching and a great playbook can make all the difference in the world for a winning football team. Fail to create a sound game plan, and you're likely to miss opportunities and fall behind.
The same is true for retirement--except you call the plays, including when to retire and how much to save. If you walk onto the retirement field without a game plan, you may have to work longer than you had hoped. You certainly don't want to find yourself unable to have the comfortable retirement you envisioned.
You may have to call your own financial plays, but
For example, how much can you expect to get from
By simply visiting www.socialsecurity.gov, you can get answers to all of these questions. You will find several financial planning tools, including our easy-to-use and secure Retirement Estimator. You can use it to get quick retirement estimates based upon your own earnings record. It's like training camp for financial planning.
All you have to do is provide some information about yourself to verify who you are for security purposes--your name,
The Retirement Estimator shows what you could receive in
Interested in other play options, such as what will happen if you made more money in the future? Or if you want to stop work at a different age than the three we show you? You can try out alternate game plans using the Retirement Estimator if you change your mind about your initial retirement plans.
The last thing you want to do is depend on a "Hail Mary" pass when it comes to your retirement. With a good game plan, you will score a retirement touchdown.
Remember what one of football's most accomplished and respected coaches,
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