Planning for your eventual retirement is key to designing your simple financial lifestyle. Here are six tips to help you simplify your retirement planning:
- Set a retirement goal
- Access your existing retirement plans
- Automate your retirement savings
- Take action by starting a retirement account if you have not established one
- Review your accounts regularly
- Diversify your retirement assets
Looking for more retirement advice. Here are some of the best posts from this week that can help you simplify your personal finances by planning for your retirement:
Most of us worry about how much we will need to retirement. Financial Samurai offers a solution to this problem in How Much You Need To Retire And Never Have To Worry Again
Many of us have 401ks as part of our retirement plan. Young and Thrifty offers 5 Ways to Improve Your 401K.
Free from Broke offers What Fees Are Part of Your 401(k) Plan?
Gen Y Wealth offers some quick tips to improve your 401k in How to Dominate Your 401(k) in 2011 and Beyond
Are you fearful that you may run out of money in retirement? Canadian Finance Blog offers Tips To Prevent Running Out Of Money In Retirement
If you are feeling like retirement investing is too complicated. Oblivious Investor offers Simple Investing is Better Investing
Wealth Pilgrim offers more simple retirement investment tips in Retirement Income Investments and Planning Made Simple
What type of retirement plan is best for you? Green Panda offers A Defined Contribution is Better for Us
A key to retirement is replacing your income. Frugal Dad offers some solutions in The Secret to Replacing Your Income
Fivecent Nickel offers How Much Will You Spend in Retirement?
Not sure how much you can contribute to your 401k and pension? KNS Financial offers 2011 Contribution Limits for IRA, 401(k), and 403(b) and JoeTaxpayer offers Pension Plan Limits for 2011
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