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Retirement Center

Welcome to the Steward Advisors Retirement Center

Thinking about retirement can be a stressful time. How will you know when you'll have enough money to retire? What are the best practices when it comes to Social Security? What can you do now to help ensure you can enjoy your retirement? We've compiled resources and information to help you navigate through the many questions you likely have.

How financially prepared are you for retirement? Take this 3-minute survey to find out....


Download From Our White Papers Page: 11 Key Questions for Planning a Secure Retirement

We've compiled 50 questions in 11 Key areas to start thinking about. From considering tax strategies, charitable giving options, questions about health, goals, and thinking about your unique "dreams" it's never too early to start thinking about retirement.


 

When You Retire Without Enough

How much have you saved for retirement? Are you on pace to amass a retirement fund of $1 million by age 65? More than a few retirement counselors urge pre-retirees to strive for that goal. If you have $1 million in invested assets when you retire, you can withdraw 4% a year from your retirement funds and receive $40,000 in annual income to go along with Social Security benefits (in ballpark terms, about $30,000 per year for someone retiring from a long career). If your investment portfolio is properly diversified, you may be able to do this for 25-30 years without delving into assets elsewhere.1

Why Taking a Loan from Your Retirement Plan is a Bad Idea

Thinking about borrowing money from your 401(k), 403(b), or 457 account? Think twice about that because these loans are not only risky, but injurious, to your retirement planning.

Retirees...Check Your Withholdings

It may need to be adjusted due to the 2017 federal tax reforms.

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