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Your Parents Didn’t Save For Retirement…Could You Help Them Out?
Jason 0 Comments Retire Wealthy Retirement Planning Tips for Retiree's
Hey individuals I'' m Tae from Financial
Tortoise in this video I'' m going to speak to you regarding what are some of the following actions you can begin taking if you figure out that your parents sanctuary'' t conserved a lot for retirement financial concerns are oftentimes and primary issues for the santé generation a current market watch short article discuss how 23 percent of child boomers haven'' t conserved anything for retirement it'' s feasible that our moms and dads could be one of them as the Sandwich Generation you'' re not just needing to handle your very own finances but you also need to handle the price of your children in addition to your parents the inquiries are running via our minds are exactly how am I gon na stay for retired life while at the exact same time conserving for my kids university fund in addition to believing regarding my parents long term treatment remedy You can visualize it'' s not a beautiful photo when all the financial problems of several generations pile on top of each various other there is no best solution to this obstacle but I desire to show to you in this video three strategies that my wife and also I have deployed and also tackling a few of these obstacles number one beginning having a conversation with your parents early if the idea of having cash conversation with their parents make you really feel sick put on'' t'stress it ' s extremely normal it ' s not like you can conveniently broach the conversation saying hi there mother this dish is wonderful however hey incidentally
just how much to have in your 401k discussion concerning funds with your moms and dads is going to be really tough however if you put on'' t do it currently it ' s going to obtain much more hard later on an approach that ' s benefited us was to start a conversation by discussing our circumstance first and afterwards you can segue into their scenario You could claim hello Monica I just began a brokerage firm account have you heard of a brokerage firm account do you have another an instance is hey mother we simply completed repaying our pupil financings have you and that ever had to pay off any car loans any kind of significant fundings once more these conversations are gon na be awkward and also challenging in the beginning nevertheless you approach them with humility as well as with that judgment I'' m certain that you'' ll make progression even small progress is still a progression second strategy access to details so if you'' ve been able to have some conversation with your moms and dads getting access right into details will actually really aid start with basic products like if there have any wellness insurance policies what wellness insurance policy plans they have or if there have any life insurance policy plans this will really aid if somehow your parents wellness fails and also you require to tip in to aid at minimal just knowing where the King and also their interest-bearing account will certainly conserve a great deal of anxiety down the line for my wife and I to be sincere we in fact put on'' t understand where all of our moms and dads accounts are however we do recognize where to look if we require to number 3 obtain yourself into solid financial setting this I consider one of the most essential technique as well as the one that you in fact have the most control over allow'' s claim your moms and dads for whatever factor doesn'' t. want to speak about funds or doesn'' t want to let you into any of their. financial image these you can'' t control despite exactly how hard you try.
nonetheless when it concerns your individual financial resources you have full control you have.
control over just how much you spend just how much you conserve each and every single month if your.
parents sanctuary'' t conserved well for retired life there can come a factor.
where you have to utilize your very own individual funds to aid them as well as if you'' re. struggling economically this will certainly not just be challenging practically however.
psychologically also so my most vital approach if your.
moms and dads place'' t save adequate for retirement is to obtain right into a. strong monetary placement this is an extremely hard process this is a really.
difficult discussion for a lot of us who have a sensation that our parents.
haven'' t saved sufficient for retirement it'' s even difficult to believe about.
however ignoring it is not gon na make the issue go away by exactly how tough.
this may be I motivate you to start having these conversations or a minimum of.
start executing several of these approaches early as feasible I guarantee.
you you'' ll thank yourself later on thank you men for enjoying the video please.
let me recognize if any of you individuals ever before needed to have these really hard.
conversations I would enjoy to listen to exactly how it went and if you have any kind of other ideas.
or strategies that we can execute in our lives if you appreciate seeing this.
video clip please struck like or subscribe to the channel thanks.
Retire Rich: 2023 Ultimate Planning Guide (Step-by-Step)
Jason 0 Comments Career after Retirement Retire Wealthy
– What's going on you guys. Welcome back to the channel. So in this video today, we're gonna be going over a ultimate guide to retirement planning in 2021. You already know I got my seltzer here. I gonna go ahead and
crack this bad boy open. And we're gonna get this
video started shortly. So at the end of the day, most
people do not want to spend the rest of their life working. And since your expenses don't
just magically disappear, when you turn 60 or 65 or
whatever that retirement age is you have to do things in order
to plan for your retirement. And so in this video, I'm
gonna go through exactly what you need to know to
start off this process of planning for retirement. This is going to include a
number of different topics. We're gonna talk about, how to tell when you can retire based on your level of income. We're gonna cover three primary ways that people derive
income during retirement, when to start saving for retirement, which is as soon as possible obviously, where to save for retirement? And we're also going to cover, how to make your retirement money last? Now real quick here, guys I just want to say thank
you to today's video sponsor which is T-Mobile.
We're gonna talk about
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you can often save around 50% with T-Mobile. Not to mention guys, T-Mobile is the only wireless
company that offers a discount on the 55 and up plans regardless of what state you live in. Other companies like Verizon and AT&T only offer those discounted
plans in Florida. So you may wanna check that out. In addition, if you're thinking
about upgrading your phone and getting the latest 5G technology, 5G is included at no
extra cost with this plan. But more on that later. Now I'm definitely not looking
to waste your time here with this video guys. So I wanna go ahead and
identify who this video is for.
Well, mainly this video is geared towards people who are
approaching retirement age. You're probably not ready to retire but it's something that's on the horizon in the next 5 to 10 years. And you're wondering what things should you be aware of right now, and how can you get your ducks in a row for when you do approach
that retirement age. This video is also helpful
for those who are just looking to prepare for
retirement early on.
Even if you're in your
20s like me or your 30s, there's things you can start doing today that are gonna be relatively painless. And trust me, you're gonna
thank yourself later, when you have a lot of money set aside for your golden years. Now, many hours of research
did go into this video. So I just have three small
favors to ask you here, guys. First of all, if you are sitting there and watching this on your computer, go ahead and put your phone on silence and put it away for a little bit, because you wanna focus
all of your attention on this video, and not be distracted with all those social media apps, you can go back to those shortly. Also guys, make sure you pause the video and grab a pen and paper.
And if you need one, go ahead
and grab a beverage as well. We are gonna be here for a little bit but I promise to you that I'm gonna answer probably
every question you have about retirement planning in this video. So you're not gonna have to jump to like 10 different videos to get all
of your questions answered. Lastly guys, if you enjoy this video just go ahead and drop a like, it shows me that this
information was helpful and I'm not asking you
to like the video now but at some point, if you're
watching it and you say, "Hey, this was pretty helpful." That little thumbs up button
certainly does help out. Lastly, a few quick disclaimers
I have to make here.
I am not a financial advisor. This is not financial advice. You need to do your own research before investing in anything out there. Don't do what some guy on the
internet just tells you to do. I'm not here to sell you any products. I'm not selling any courses
or anything like that. And lastly, I have been
getting a lot of scam comments down below where people
are impersonating me. They're trying to get
people to send money. That is not me. I wanna put up two comments
on the screen here. This is a comment that's from me. And you can see the check mark and the different way that it looks versus this scam comment that
doesn't have those things. So if you're communicating with
someone down in the comments and it's me, make sure I
have that check mark in place otherwise you better
bet that is a scammer, and they're trying to take your money.
Hopefully YouTube does a
better job at policing this but for the time being, it
is utterly out of control. And I don't really know what else to do other than make this disclaimer
in every single video. That being said, guys,
let's get right into it and start off with when can you retire? And to be honest with you guys,
it's a pretty simple answer but the way of figuring this out is a little bit more complicated and we're going to cover that later.
But the truth is when
you're able to retire is when you no longer need
to rely on active income to pay for your expenses. So most people out there have a mortgage, they have car payments, they have different monthly expenses. And so in order to retire, you have to make sure that all
of those expenses added up, and even those unforeseen
expenses that you can plan for. Well, your level of income derived from your different investments needs to be enough to
cover those expenses. Otherwise you may have to go out there and get a different job to supplement your retirement income. And so for most people that may not be the ideal retirement scenario. So short answer here, guys, you can retire when your passive investment
income exceeds your expenses, but the longer answer is there's a calculation we're
gonna use to figure this out, that we'll discuss later in the video.
So next up, what are your different
options for retirement income? Well, this pretty much comes down to anything out there that
can make you money, but there's pretty much three main areas where people derive retirement income. The first one is your personal savings and your personal investments. So maybe you're somebody
who's worked a job for your entire life and you've been slowly
contributing to that 401(k). And then maybe you also
have some IRA accounts. Maybe you have a Roth
IRA or a traditional IRA.
And then beyond that, you might have a nest
egg with your savings. Maybe you have the taxable
brokerage account as well. And the goal is for
eventually all these things to be able to provide income for you to not have to work in
order to pay for your bills. Now, the second area
where people derive income for retirement is social security. However, we've certainly
heard a lot about this in recent years, and I don't
think it's such a safe thing especially for young people
to be reliant on that in the future because
social security is kind of in shambles right now
where we don't know how long it's going to last. However, if you are
approaching retirement age, that may be something you can count on for the time being is deriving income from social security. However, social security
alone, 90% of the time is not going to be enough
money to pay for your expenses unless you're living in like the smallest apartment in your entire city and you pinch every penny. And at least for me that's not my idea of a good retirement.
And just a couple of statistics I wanna share with you guys
here about social security, 40% of those who are 60
and above are 100% reliant on social security as a means of income. And so, like we said, here,
there's three different ways people typically derive income, but most people are just fully
reliant on social security which is something to be worried about. And if you're a younger
person watching this video, you don't want to put
yourself in that situation. Another surprising statistic here is that the social security trust fund based on the current rates is likely going to run out around 2035.
Now, are they gonna let
it run out entirely? Probably not. What they're gonna do is probably decrease payouts over time, which means that those who are reliant on that as income are gonna start making less and less money if they have to decrease those payouts. So that is why you really
don't wanna be in the situation where your reliant on this
social security income as a means to sustain yourself. And then lastly, the third source of retirement income for most people that's becoming less and less common is something called a pension.
Now pensions vary from company to company. In the past, it was
typically a percentage of your highest earning year
basically paid to you in perpetuity until you are passed away. But what they found is that these things are not very
profitable for companies. And it's very rare to
find any companies today that still offer this pension. But if you're an older
person watching this nearing retirement age, you may still have a pension plan to derive income during retirement.
So your best case scenario
here for retirement is that you're deriving income from these three different sources. Number one, personal savings
and personal investments. Number two, social security,
number three, your pension. That's like the perfect
scenario for retirement. However, unfortunately
only about 6.8% of people over age 60 are deriving retirement income from all three of those sources. So the vast majority of people
probably don't have pensions and some unfortunately don't
have any personal savings or personal investments. So that's the big picture right now. And that's why it's very
important to have your ducks in a row and start thinking
about this early on and planning that way. You can try to have a a
three-legged stool here where you're able to derive
income from multiple sources.
You don't want to be fully reliant on social security or fully
reliant on pension income or personal investments, personal savings. You wanna have different
things that are able to generate income for you
that way you're diversified. Because basically people
who are deriving income from one source are balancing
on a one-legged stool. It's not very stable. You wanna have multiple legs
to that stool, ideally three. And of course in that personal investments and personal savings
category, there's a lot of different things that
fit under this category. For most people, it's stocks and bonds but a lot of people also invest in things like real
estate or precious metals. And there's a lot of people who literally will
just put all their money in real estate, build up, you know a portfolio of 30 or 40 units. And then they live off of
that rental income cashflow. So there's many different
ways to skin a cat here, guys but just understand that
your goal here should be to derive money from
multiple different sources and have three legs to that stool. So next up here, guys, let's
answer the question of, when should you start
saving for retirement? Well, short answer as
soon as humanly possible.
Now, what I mean by this is when you're younger and
your expenses are lower. Let's say you're in
your 20s and early 30s. Maybe you don't have kids yet. Maybe you're still
living with your parents. This is your prime opportunity
to put as much money as you can into your 401(k), maxing out Roth IRA contributions, and basically holding onto
as much money as you can and putting it in
something that grows value. Because the main factor in how much money you have in retirement isn't based on how much
money that you invest.
It's how much time you
allow that money to grow. So even if you're in your
20s or 30s watching this, and you're thinking, "I don't really have a ton that I could set aside right now." It doesn't matter how much you put aside, the main factor is the amount of time that you allow that money to grow. So just for an example here, guys if you're looking to have $1
million in your retirement let's say your 401(k) for example you could invest just $300 per
month, over a 40 year period earning the average return
from the stock market. Or if you wanted to do it in 20 years, you would have to invest $1,750 per month. That's almost six times
more money to get you to the same result. So you can either invest
a smaller amount of money for a much longer time or you're going to have
to invest a lot of money for a shorter window of time. So the sooner you start,
the better off you are. And I highly encourage you to check out a compound interest calculator and play around with some of those numbers if you are a young person
watching this video.
If you're already close to retirement age and you didn't do these
things, don't worry. I still have more options for you that we're going
to discuss in a little bit. And again, it's important
to understand that truly it's never too late to start saving and investing for retirement. So even if you are in your
50 and you have no assets, you should still do something. You know, doing something is
better than doing nothing. It's gonna be a lot harder because you don't have that much
time to let your money grow, but it's never too late.
It's just important to
understand the sooner you start the better off you are. So now, let's talk about where you should be saving
money for retirement. And there's a pretty simple
process to follow here that most financial experts agree on and I'm going to teach
it to you right now. So the very first thing you should do before investing your
money in the stock market and opening up different
investment accounts is to set up an emergency fund. And this is just simply a liquid account. It sits there in a online savings account or a savings account at your bank or maybe a certificate of deposit. And so what you want
here is a rainy day fund. So what most experts
recommend is setting aside three to six months of
all of your expenses. So what you wanna do is sit
down on a piece of paper write down every one of your expenses, your car payment, your mortgage,
groceries, utility bills and come up with that figure. Let's say for most people maybe it's $3,000 per month
is their monthly expenses.
Well, I would encourage you to save up six times that expense
in a liquid emergency fund. So your very first step is to have let's say anywhere from
10,000 to $20,000 parked in a savings account
where it just sits there in case of emergency. And then you're not going
to invest that money. You just leave it sitting there. And if you end up taking
money out for an emergency like a car repair or a medical expense, you replenish that fund and
you keep that amount there. And of course, if your monthly expenses
are going up over time, you're going to want to
adjust your emergency fund accordingly to make sure you
keep enough money in there. So that's your very first
step is, begin saving up money for an emergency fund and
aim have three to six months of expenses sitting in a liquid account. The very next thing you should do after you have your emergency fund in place is to take advantage of any employer match with the 401(k).
So if you're not familiar, the 401(k) is an employer
sponsored retirement plan which allows you to take money pre-tax and put it away for retirement. And it also gives you
a pretty nice write-off on your tax return, which is
something else to consider. Now, I don't recommend
putting all of your money into the 401(k) because
it's hard to access it and you'd have to pay taxes and penalties to get that money out. However, if your employer
is offering a company match, you should maximize whatever
they're offering you because that's literally free money. So back before I was a
full-time YouTuber guys, I used to work for a utility company and they didn't have a
pension or anything like that, but they did have a employer match. So every dollar I would put in, they would match me with an
additional 50 cents up to 6%. So what I would do is I put 6% of my paycheck into my 401(k)
and then they matched me 50%. So I got another 3% for free. So, effectively 9% of my total pay was going into my 401(k) every
single week automatically.
So after you have your
emergency fund established, or at least started. You don't have to have
all that money there before you move to step two. You just want to kind of start that and begin putting a little bit over there every single week to build up that fund. The next thing is to take advantage of those employer 401(k) matches. After that, if you have any
high-interest debt, you know like personal loans, credit
card debt, things like that. You wanna pay that debt off next, because the average
return you're gonna see from the stock market is somewhere
around 8 to 10% per year. And so if you have high-interest debt, like let's say you have a
credit card with 25% interest, the most wise move you can
make financially is to pay off that debt because you're
paying way more in interest than you're gonna earn as a return. If you had $1000 invested and you're gonna make 10% in one year, you're going to make $100.
If you have a $1000 on a credit card at 25% interest over
the course of one year you'd pay like 250 in interest. So even though you could invest
that $1,000 and make $100 you're still paying 250 in interest. So overall it's a net loss. So if you have high-interest debt, you got to get that paid down first before you begin investing in other stuff, just because that's your
wisest move financially. So after you have your
emergency fund in place and after you maximize your employer match and then you pay off your
high-interest debt, if applicable the next thing to consider is an IRA.
And in particular, I like the Roth IRA. Assuming you're able to contribute to this based on your level of income. Now I'm not gonna get into
a whole thing here guys on Roth IRA versus traditional IRA. I could probably spend 30 minutes on an entire video talking about that. So for now, we're just gonna
cover some very basic stuff about the Roth IRA. With your 401(k) as mentioned, you're contributing pre-tax income and you get the write-off. However, down the line when
you draw out of that account that is when you pay taxes. With the Roth IRA, you're actually contributing
post tax income. So you've already paid taxes on it, meaning you don't get any write-off. However, if you follow
the rules and you know you start drawing from
that by a certain age you don't actually have to pay taxes on the growth of your money.
So it's a very powerful account and it allows you to grow
your wealth tax free. The other advantage of the Roth IRA is you can pull out your
contributions at any time. So if you were putting a $2,000
per year of contributions into that Roth IRA, every single year, you can pull out those
contributions at any time, tax free, penalty free. You just can't touch the earnings or the growth of your money. So let's say you're putting
money into a Roth IRA. And then 10 years later, you decide that you want to invest in a
business or something. You can pull that money out
and pull your contributions out and not have to worry
about penalties and taxes.
So I liked the Roth because it's flexible, you can choose where you put that money. You can put it in stocks,
bonds, precious metals there's all kinds of different Roth IRAs. And you have access to that money where you can take out your contributions, if you do need to access it. So now assuming that you have
the emergency fund in place, you're maxing out your 401(k), you've paid off high-interest debt, you've maxed out Roth IRA
contributions for the year. After that, that's when
I would put that money into a taxable brokerage account where you're able to invest that money, you're able to touch it
you're able to access it.
The only thing is you pay
taxes on your dividends and taxes on those capital gains. But for the most part, that is the generally agreed upon plan for where you should save
money for retirement, is in these different things
that you have control of. And this is all within that category of your personal savings
and personal investments. As far as your pension goes that's all based on your employer, most of them are not
offering any pensions today. However, if they offer it and it's something you
have to contribute towards, if you expect to stay with
that employer for a long time and make a career out of it,
that is definitely a wise move.
And then you automatically pay into social security if
you are a W2 employee. So that's not really something
you have any choice over. So now let's go ahead
and cover how much money that you're going to
need in order to retire. Well, it's kind of a moving target and it's going to change
based on your lifestyle. I mean, are you looking to live in a one bedroom apartment and
drive a ten-year-old vehicle and you know, eat canned
beans for a living? Or do you want to retire
on a beach in Miami? So it all depends based on your lifestyle.
But there is again, another
generally accepted calculation that financial experts use, to calculate necessary retirement income. And it's something called the 4% rule that I'm gonna teach you right now. Also guys, just a quick reminder, I know I mentioned this earlier, but if you have found any
value in this video so far, a like would certainly be appreciated. It helps this video to be
shared with more people. And if you have any thoughts or questions leave me a comment down below. But anyways let's talk
about this 4% rule now.
Now, as far as the math behind this goes, I'm not going to get into it. If you wanna watch,
there's plenty of videos about the 4% rule that we'll
go into a lot more detail but essentially it's a
very simple calculation. What you're going to do,
is you're going to multiply your desired retirement income by 25. So let's say for example you wanna have $40,000 per
year of income in retirement. If that's how much money you want, you want to multiply that by 25. And that will tell you a rough idea of how much money you should have in your savings and your investments in your personal investment
and savings accounts. So for example, if you
wanted $40,000 per year, you would multiply that by 25 and you would come to the conclusion that you're going to want
to have $1 million saved and invested in these different accounts in order to sustainably derive $40,000 per year from that account
without running out of money.
Now, if you wanna be a
little bit more conservative, there is the 3% rule which
is going to be a multiple of around 33, but anywhere
between 25 to 33 times, your desired annual retirement income is how much money you
should have set aside saved and invested for retirement. So obviously guys, the main thing here is the
less money that you need per month based on your lifestyle, the less money you need saved and invested and the sooner you can retire. That's where that whole
FIRE movement comes from or Financially Independent Retire Early, that's people who live off of
as little money as possible. They save as much as possible and they aim to be retired in their 30s. And they're able to accomplish that by living off of as
little money as possible. I did a whole video on this
called how to retire by 30. If you guys wanna check it out at the end I will include a link down below. So now what I want to
cover here is what to do, if you're somebody who
doesn't have 25 to 33 times their desired annual income in a savings or retirement account.
Maybe you're already in
your 50s or early 60s. And you're saying, "What am I gonna do? I don't have money that's just going to fall out of thin air to put in this account,
what options do I have?" Well, let's cover those right now. The main things that you can do are surrounded by things
that you can control. And the main thing you can
control is how much money you're actually spending
during your retirement. So essentially you have two options.
You can try to make more money or you can try to spend less money. Now I'm more of a fan of
the offensive approach here which is figuring out
how to make more money. And so let's talk about that now. The first thing you could
do is figure out some kind of side hustle that you wanna
start maybe in retirement or maybe you wanna do this
before retirement and save up extra money and take all
that money and invest it. I've done a lot of videos
about side hustles. We're not going to get into them here but just understand that
this right here, this laptop this provides a lot of
opportunities to make money.
And it's certainly not rocket science, and I know a lot of people who in their later years have started
YouTube channels and blogs and these different things that allow them to make extra money on the side. So the first thing you wanna consider is, "Hey, let me look into
starting a side hustle." Second of all, pretty simple, spend less money now, pre-retirement. That way you can save
more money to invest. So if you're in your 40s
or 50s, and let's say for example, you're driving
a brand new luxury car and you're watching this
video and you're realizing, "Oh crap, I'm not
preparing for retirement." Maybe you make some
small sacrifices today, that allow you to save
and invest more money. So maybe you trade that car in and you get an economy vehicle and you take that difference
in your monthly payment, and you put that into your
Roth or your 401(k) instead. Another option, pretty simple, spend less money in retirement. We're gonna cover that
more in a little bit. I'm gonna give you guys some
tips on how you can do that.
And then lastly, option number four not the best one, which
is delaying retirement. Maybe you wanna push it
until age 70, age 75, which will allow you
to stay working longer. It will allow you to contribute money towards retirement accounts
and investment accounts longer and allow that money to
have more time to grow before you have to start drawing. So now what I wanna cover
here is a rough idea of how long your retirement
money is going to last. And I don't wanna sound morbid here guys but the truth is, you want
your retirement money to last until you pass away. And then you also wanna make
sure you have enough money sitting there to cover medical bills, funeral costs, and things like that because most people just
don't wanna be a burden on their family when they pass away.
Where they're out of
assets, they're in debt and then their family
has to scrape together 10 or 20 grand for a funeral. So it's not something that
we like to think about or really talk about but it is something that's important to prepare for. And so your goal here should
be to have enough money that you can have your money outlive you and cover some of those costs and maybe have a little
bit of money to pass on to your family as well,
maybe towards, you know college expenses or things like that. But anyway, let me give you
a couple of pointers here on, how long that money will last in a couple of different
factors to consider. Well, first of all how
long your money will last is going to largely depend
on your investments. Some of them are lower risk and some of them are higher risk. And so if you're investing
in higher risk assets, they may be more volatile but you may also see greater returns. On the other hand, if
you're super conservative and let's say you only put your money in fixed income assets, you may find that you're not taking on enough
risk, and you could find that your money doesn't last
as long as you need it to.
So, one of the main things
you have to understand with retirement is that asset mix. And for most people, it's a
split between stocks and bonds. And so that's the main
thing you wanna focus on is that allocation. If you'll have too much money in stocks and not enough in bonds, you might be taking on too much risk and your portfolio could be very volatile, going up and down in value all
the time, stressing you out. If you're too low-risk you might not be growing
your money fast enough and it might run out too soon. So figuring out that asset
mix is very important. Now as far as that number goes, there's a couple of different
rules of thumb out there, but one that most people agree upon is the 110 or the 120 rule. And it's based on your life expectancy. So, I actually am a fan of the 120 rule, which basically means
you take your current age and subtract it from 120. And that tells you how
much money you should have in stocks and the rest should be in bonds.
So for example, I am 25 years old, I would take 120 minus 25,
and that leaves me with 95. That tells me that 95% of my money should be in stocks and
only 5% should be in bonds. Whereas if we take a 70
year old, for example we would take 120 minus 70,
and that leaves us with 50. And that tells us that
50% should be in stocks, 50% should be in bonds. Now, of course, guys that
is a very basic example and it doesn't take into account your unique personal situation. So for exact numbers I
would actually recommend speaking with a financial
advisor and you don't necessarily have to have them manage your money, you can pay them for a
one-time consultation where you're basically saying,
"Hey I want you to tell me what my allocation should be, and help me understand how
that changes over time." But by far that's one of
the most important factors to consider is your asset
mix or asset allocation? Now in general guys, that 4%
rule that we discussed earlier has been pretty successful,
and most people have found that it lasts them around 30 years, which is a pretty long retirement.
That's about how long most
people expect to be around once they retire. However, the success of that
4% rule is largely dependent on that asset allocation we discussed. Because if you're not
taking on enough risk, and you're only earning
a very small return, you're going to dwindle
that money a lot sooner. Another important factor
to consider is taxation. And this varies based on the types of accounts that you have. As mentioned earlier, the Roth IRA is an account
where you put your money in and you pay taxes on the way in. But when you draw from that account you don't pay any taxes. Whereas with the 401(k)
it's tax-free going in but when you come out, you're
actually going to pay taxes.
So this tax situation
is largely dependent on your own investment accounts. Maybe one person has all
of their money in a Roth and somebody else has all
of their money in a 401(k). Those are vastly different tax situations. And this is a scenario again
where a financial advisor can look at this for you, and help you with some tax planning. And you can understand what
are the tax implications associated with your
different investments. So now that you have a
general idea of the factors that will tell you how
long your money will last, let's talk about some different ways to make your retirement money last longer. So the first thing you can do to make your money last longer, which is getting more and more popular is something called downsizing. So most people end up having a home where they raise their kids. And let's say that you're still
together with your spouse. You may now be in this situation where you have this three or four bedroom house, you're paying to heat all those bedrooms.
And you're maintaining this big house, when you're only utilizing
like 25% of that space. Even if your mortgage is paid off, you're still paying for
utilities and landscaping and things that on a much
larger property than you need. So you could downsize into an apartment or downsize into a smaller house. That's becoming more and more popular with the goal of reducing
your fixed monthly expenses. Another option, going back
to the side hustle idea, maybe you Airbnb, a part of your home or you do one of your bedrooms
or something like that, to figure out how to generate
income from that unused space.
But downsizing is a very popular option. Another one is reducing
your fixed expenses like your car payment, as
well as things like your utility payment and things
like your phone bill. So this is where I wanna
talk more about our sponsor for today's video, which is T-Mobile, because they have specific wireless plans designed for people in
retirement to save you money on those fixed monthly costs. So, 55 and up customers who live anywhere in the United States, not just Florida are able to get two lines
of unlimited talk, text and data on T-Mobile's network,
starting at under $30 each.
Which if you have an existing phone plan you have a general idea
of what you're paying, and I can tell you guys right now I'm paying a heck of a lot
more than $30 per line. Now you might be wondering if you're getting some really
cheap plan in the process and the answer is no. In fact, it comes with a lot
of different bells and whistles and extra perks. For example, it comes with the industry's best scam protection, unlimited
3G mobile hotspot data, international texting, no
annual service contracts, your very own dedicated
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free items here and there and discounts every single
week through T-Mobile Tuesdays. So oftentimes if you
switch from a carrier like, AT&T or Verizon, over to
T-Mobile with this plan, you could save upwards of
50% every single month. And while it may not sound
like a lot of money upfront when you factor in that cost
over the next 20 or 30 years, these little things you
can do to save money on those monthly expenses
really are going to add up. So if you are interested
in those 55 plus plans through T-Mobile, switching
carriers is very easy.
If you're ready to make the switch, you just have to stop
into a T-Mobile store, or you can call 1800 T-Mobile or visit T-mobile.com/55, and I'll go ahead and
include links to all of that as well as the phone number down below, if you guys wanna go
ahead and take advantage of those discounted plans. Now another thing you can do
to make your retirement money last longer is falling
into that category of delaying your retirement. You can also delay taking social security, and this can lead to you having
a larger monthly benefit. So for every year that you wait, you're going to get an
additional 8% in social security, every single month. And if you wait until age 70
to start taking social security you can get up to 24%
more every single month. So if you can delay retirement, and delay taking your
social security benefit, that can result in
additional monthly income. Another great strategy is exactly what we're talking about here, which is having a retirement spending plan before you stop working.
So you do things in advance
to get your ducks in a row. You cut down on recurring monthly expenses like your phone bill,
maybe you take advantage of something like
T-Mobile's 55 and up plans. Maybe you downsize, or you
decide to Airbnb a spare room as us as a side hustle. You just start planning early on before you hit retirement
age, and then you think, "Okay, I haven't planned for this at all. Let's get something going." You're better off to plan in the beginning and get your ducks in the row early. Another suggestion that I have is utilizing credit card reward
points, because a lot of people in their later years want
to travel during retirement. We're in a unique situation right now with the global pandemic,
but once it's safe to travel, that's a popular thing
in your retirement age is seeing the world.
Well, if you're able to
effectively use credit cards and get free points for
travel or free miles, that's another way to get
more bang for your buck. And as long as you're not paying interest on those credit cards and you're paying them
off every single month, I would highly recommend utilizing
credit card reward points and bonuses for travel. Lastly, one of the
things that you can do is make investments in your health to make sure that you're
not having a lot of medical stuff coming up in retirement.
Hopefully you have some
plan for health insurance. So let's say now that worst case scenario, you're somebody who is
in retirement right now and you're slowly realizing that you're going to run out of money. You don't have enough for that 4% rule and maybe you only have
one leg to your stool, which is social security. What options do you have available to you, if you know, you're going to fall short? First of all, as covered
earlier, you can reduce expenses or pick up a part-time job or side hustle.
A lot of people in
retirement end up working 10 or 15 hours per week on the side. Number one for something to do, and number two, just to
have extra spending money. Another option is to tap
into the value of your home with a home equity line of
credit or a reverse mortgage. That's pretty complicated, not gonna get into that
too much in this video, but if you want to hear more about that leave me a comment down below, and maybe I'll do a whole video talking about the reverse mortgage. Another option that you may explore is, if you have a life insurance policy, you may be able to tap into the value of your life insurance policy and get something called the cash value, if you draw on that early. Again, complicated subject
maybe a topic for another video but if you have a life insurance policy, you should sit down
with a financial planner or financial advisor and ask
them about those options.
And one thing I want to mention here is, if you're somebody who's in retirement and you know that your
money supplies dwindling, don't ignore this problem. There are things that you can do. The longer you wait the
worst it's going to be. So I would start addressing
these issues now. So just to wrap up here guys, one of the main things
that I want to recommend as a call to action is it
may be worthwhile to sit down with a fee only certified
It's gonna cost you a couple
of $100 out of pocket, but they're going to be
able to help you answer a lot of questions you may have, such as asset mix, asset allocation. There'll be able to look at your different retirement accounts
and help you understand the tax implications,
because on the surface retirement planning is pretty simple. It comes down to your
expenses, your income, your lifestyle needs, and basically what you're looking to get
out of your retirement. But when you look into
the individual details that each person has with
their different accounts, that's where it becomes more personalized and more complicated. So I think you're going
to get a lot of value out of a fee only
certified financial planner that you pay an hourly rate to, that way you can get unique information about your personal financial situation. At the end of the day here guys, if you fail to plan, you're
essentially planning to fail.
And I want to discourage
you from doing that. This isn't the most exciting topic and it's certainly not on
the top of my to-do list but retirement planning is very important. So I encourage you to take
action on this advice today. I thank you so much for
watching this video. I hope you've got a
lot of value out of it.
Let me know down in the
comment section below what your thoughts are on this. And if you made it to the
very end, let me know too because I'm always curious
how many people stick around for full videos. Lastly, one last, thank
you here to T-Mobile for sponsoring this video. I have a link down below, if you wanna check out
T-Mobile's essentials, 55 and up plan, which is a great option to minimize your monthly recurring
expenses in retirement, to make sure that money lasts longer. If this is your first time
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you in the next video.
31 ways to Improve Retirement Planning – Part 1 #SavingForRetirement
Jason 0 Comments Retire Wealthy Retirement Planning Tips for Retiree's
It is constantly a fantastic suggestion to begin a brand-new year.
on the favorable note. As I stated in my previous video “” Suggested Changes in 2022″” I truly want all people to have this New Year 2022.
among the most effective years ever before, financially, psychologically, emotionally, and also literally,.
however all those elements collaborate. I know from experience that if my finances are not in order,.
if I really feel financially drained and unconfident, there is no chance I will really feel.
mentally pleased, satisfied and pleased. Whether we like it or not, money plays a huge part.
in our lives and in our health, in addition to our choices and also capabilities.
to do something excellent and also positive in the world.So as I claimed, I really desire to begin this New 2022 Year on a positive note,.
and what is a better method than going over actions exactly how you can improve your retired life planning.
or any financial preparation for that matter. Originally this video clip began with just 9 actions,.
As soon as I began assuming concerning it, all those suggestions and also pointers came.
hurrying via my head and I assumed well, what a great means to slowly enhance step-by-step.
your planning system. Some of those listed suggestions, I have actually currently covered in parts.
in my previous videos, so I will certainly link them all for you, others could be just brief details, yet some could be.
I ' m a Certified Financial Coordinator, and also'you are watching Regarding Retired life Television,. As I said previously, today I will
cover 15 stepsActions Conserve enough.
you plan to retire. Absolutely nothing is embeded in rock but you need to make a strong start.
as well as an excellent beginning factor are my video clips: Just how much do I need to retire “and also. “What Earnings is Required in Retired life”. 2. Comprehend your longevity and do”not ignore for how long you are mosting likely to live This is most likely the most significant fear for many retirees with lots of thinking about means how you can make. your cash works harder. If you think that at the age of 90 you will need a lower earnings. or lower property base, well assume
once again. Simply enjoy this video” How long will you reside in retired life “. This is one of my older videos, so please be gentle As I had no video presenting experience, however the. details is still valid and also existing as of today. 3. Believe that it is never ever as well late to begin preparing or saving. Some may believe that when you retire there is nothing you can do. to boost your retired life earnings as well as to make your cash last much longer. Well, this is an inaccurate presumption. Unless you have no assets conserved at all,. your scenario can constantly be enhanced.
I have an entire series of videos associated to Age Pension plan and how you can boost the government advantage or arrange your income streams. Really feel totally free to binge-watch the whole series of 14 videos. We could believe that all our decisions are made logically and
well thought through viaHowever let ' s be honest,.
Good planning and adhering to establish steps specified. in your plan can assist to remove the emotional distress, and permit you to make your choice. calmer as well as to your real financial advantage. If you are incapable to remove your emotions from. your financial decisions just please confess this to yourself and also ask for professional help to manage your cash,. arrange your plan, and also inspect your progression. You are always associated with. the decision process
however the emotional drama can be taken away as well as the monetary planner can. cool off your nerves, by getting rid of any type of unpredictabilities, by clarifying problems providing you with information research. that will logically support your choices. That can bring you a good deal of assurance while improving your investment profile. performance at the very same time. 5. Prioritise your very own requirements and your own retired life. prior to aiding your kids to construct their riches.
I see this all the time when moms and dads compromise their own lifestyle,. Well, if. If you do this out of adult love, sense of guilt,.
the various other parents are aiding with home deposit, and you really feel obligated to do the same
. Well, I professionally disagree you have actually done your task as a moms and dad, you have actually elevated your kids to be.
a considerate as well as accountable participants of the culture, you have actually sustained
them throughout their. childhood as well as their young adulthood.
Now it is their turn to take their responsibility as well as.
6. Don ' t leave money in a financial institution Well, this is the most typical blunder people make. If you marketed an asset and also you park your cash in money,. as it will be needed for your following purchase
that ' s what money is for.Short-term holding. Another reason to have funds in a financial institution in cash money, it is for your” stormy day and also safety and security account” as an emergency fund. Yet many people who keep majority of their cost savings in cash money in the bank,. do this because of fear. We are going back to the. previous problem talked about in No. 4 choices need to be made reasonably. as well as not based on your mood. There are so numerous negatives of keeping excessive money in money.
as well as I would require to prepare a separate video clip to go via all those factors, so we will certainly return. to this topic again in one of my future videos. 7. Don ' t carry also much financial obligation right into retired life, especially high-interest financial debt Well, life is life, occasionally there are reasons.
you would still have financial debt impressive when retired. When aiding clients, we
do try to have all that ' s repaid prior to the large day of retired life shows up.
but often it is not possible.If this holds true, after that we attempt to discover an additional option. to assist customers with the degree of earnings, as whatever payments you need to meet,. they will certainly minimize your earnings considerably However one of the worst debts you might have in. retirement or really any various other period of your life, is a bank card debt or any high-interest financial debt, such as individual car loans,. shop car loans, all those fast car loans facilities marketed frequently on television that. apparently can be accepted within 5 mins. Absolutely nothing, as well as I mean nothing is as urgent to purchase to also consider those lendings. as a few of them carry interest as close as 50%. But many people don ' t truly bother checking contracts all they desire is that new TV, that new phone, or an additional holiday.
Just enjoy my video clip:” Exactly how Banks keep you poor- stunning truth” and also you will certainly be surprised. by my estimations as well as my searchings for 8.
Don ' t retire also early. Layoff indicates early costs on their savings. If you do this then you might run out of money. while you are still very healthy and balanced and energetic. You may not have sufficient savings to spend for your clinical treatment. at the time when you are much older.
So please speak to a monetary. coordinator or financial advisor that can help you to find out when is one of the most advantageous. time for you to commence your retirement. 9. Invest well in growth assets. Of course many individuals in retired life are much as well. conventional with their investing, which'for the most part comes again from anxiety and also. lack of understanding of financial investment options yet an excellent recommendations can go a long way. to improve not only your recurring retirement income but the worth of your possessions. backing you up for the rest of your retired life, or
as your tradition you want to. leave behind for your recipients either to your partner to your youngsters or any kind of various other individual. or organization you wish to leave your estate too I have actually created a video clip:.” Investing for Revenue and Growth in Retired life” that explains the advantages of spending right into growth properties however as this subject has been asked for by lots of,. I will certainly produce new video clips regarding different kinds of investing. 10. Do not chop and change your financial investment method This is a sure method of continuously shedding cash,. when individuals are trying to keep changing their investments based upon some information listened to on. the radio, or on television, reviewed in the paper or spoken with a neighbor. Spending based upon such recommendations is a sure. method to keep shedding money it is not based on any kind of solid info, it is not based on any kind of research that you may have done.
“Please stay away from, maintain on. leaping from financial investment to financial investment you really need to develop a proper approach for your requirements,. stick to it, yet with annual and even semi-annual evaluations.11. Do not join panic withdrawals Oh my god put on ' t also get me started on this one. This is common expertise. I ' m certain every individual paying attention to me right now. will concur with me and also yet each year, I see the same blunders being made. I fulfill many individuals that are telling me exactly how much cash they lost, for instance throughout GFC Global Financial Situation. that took place in between 2007 as well as 2009 or the current
drop in March 2020 due to COVID.t Those individuals blame the economy, the marketplace, yet the what’s what is that once the market goes down,. it is too late to market any type of investments
. Whoever patiently awaited the marketplace recuperation,. got their refund and extra. It took two years after GFC for the marketplace to recoup. and it took only a number of months
after COVID crash.Nobody likes market collisions and volatility. yet it is component of investing and also you require to accept it if you wish to see any kind of resources growth of your cost savings. If you are a person that panics when markets doubt you truly require expert solution to. aid you with your investments as well as just how to deal psychologically with those market adjustments. and also that ' s where an excellent monetary planner can assist.
12. Don ' t attempt to chase historic efficiency. Don ' t spend into in 2015 victors more than likely this asset or this fund supervisor. will certainly not be a champion in the list below year.
Markets live, they transform daily, there are. many pressures that affect performance of assets in one year and decline in the year after. If you keep trying to switch between in 2014 winners your deal price will certainly skyrocket. and you will certainly go on paying the highest rate to acquire new investments.This is a certain means to be going backwards. It is not about timing the market but rather concerning time in the market. When we begin speaking concerning shares as I guaranteed,. I will go much deeper into description of this subject 14.
Or possibly just merely you take pleasure in. Please consist of some fun in your budget plan.
Next week we will continue discussing even more 16 ways. to enhance your economic preparation journey I question if you'can develop few ideas yourself. Please let me understand in the summary below this video.
what would certainly you think are important methods to improve your retired life planning?. Please share your ideas with us.
As well as now I wish to invite you to watch a few of. today ' s pointed out video clips: the very first one,” How much do I require to retire “extremely essential information if you are intending your retired life soon. The 2nd is the collection of retired life income. video clips: Age Pension & Your Retired life So do not hesitate to leap onto those advised video clips as well as I will be'speaking with you soon.
See you then.
I ' m a Certified Financial Organizer, and also'you are enjoying Concerning Retired life TV,. “What Income is Required in Retired life”. Just watch this video clip” Exactly how long will you live in retirement “. Prioritise your own requirements as well as your very own retirement. Of course several people in retirement are far too.Read More
The idea behind Pensionfriend: Germany’s Low Cost Private Pension Plan
Jason 0 Comments Career after Retirement Retire Wealthy
Hello, this is Dr. Chris from Pensionfriend. What is Pensionfriend? Pensionfriend is a retirement solution,
so we find for you the best investment vehicle and the best investment options. Why did we start Pensionfriend? We had a lot of customers that
we helped to buy their homes ask us: "what's next?" "How much should I say for my pension?" "How does it work in Germany, we find it very complex" and indeed it's mind boggling complex. So what did we do? We more or less took the system apart.
We built models to understand every
element, taxation wise, investment wise. How does Pensionfriend work for you? First, you can use your system to
find out how much your public pension will be and how much you need. Secondly, we will advise you on
what is the best option for you, depending on, for example, your
employment state or your age. Usually it's a private pension plan. Thirdly, we found and offer you
the low-cost private pension plan. In Germany, you find many plans
that are highly costly with big hidden cost, not ours.
Fourth, you need to make
investment decisions. And we offer you three ETF portfolios
that have the highest chance for a good pension And these portfolios I build on my experience as the head
of the public advisory arm of the World Bank, where we advise clients
with over 2 trillion in assets. Why choose Pensionfriend? low cost, the best investment choices, the best investment vehicle? It is important to prepare for the future. Our life expectancy
these days is very high. Don't hesitate. Take action. Come and talk to us. You'll find a lot of
material on our website. Good luck with your planning. This is Dr. Chris from Pensionfriend..