Freedom in retirement means something a little bit different to everyone — like being able to do what you want with your time and money. After all, isn't that what retirement is all about: not having to worry that our health or lifestyle will be compromised due to a lack of finances.
For millions of Americans, the maturing years have become a busy, active time of personal growth and new opportunities. Still, we face an important challenge. With life expectancies climbing, we should rethink the "how long?" and "how much?" questions regarding our retirement nest eggs. Few tragedies compare to that of having retirement assets set aside for 30 years... then living ten years longer.
New York Life has put together this resource center designed especially for those in "Mature Adulthood." This site can help you plan financially for your future as well as help you enjoy your dream of retirement. After all, a lifetime of hard work — raising the kids, sweating the bills, and building a stable and secure life — you want to be able to enjoy your "golden years" doing the things you've always dreamed about.
Useful Web Sites
The sites below may help you in your everyday life — from general information to articles on aging, getting plugged into the Eldercare network and more.
Your Rollover Dollars...
The time has come for you to decide what to do with the money in your retirement plan. You're facing important decisions that may require thoughtful and well-executed strategies. Click here for more information on NYLIM's Retirement Consulting Group.
The Senior Lifestyle Directory of Housing
Care for a Spouse or Aging Parent
About 5.5 million children in America are being raised by grandparents. This site can offer help.
Do you have questions?
At no charge to you, a New York Life agent — professionally trained and experienced — can help you analyze your needs and recommend appropriate solutions through insurance and financial products and concepts. Click here to request a no obligation review with a New York Life agent.
This material is being provided for informational purposes only. Neither New York Life nor its agents provide legal, tax or accounting advice. Please contact your own advisors for legal, tax and accounting advice.
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