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    The Plan for Retirement

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    Retirement comes early for most people. Early meaning that we are not ready for what comes with it. Most people would love to retire today, but unfortunately it is nearly impossible. It takes a lifetime for a person to become financial stable and adequately equip with assets that have been gained throughout someone’s life. Everyone must start young, in fact the sooner the better. Any money, or savings that can be applied today will always come with an enhanced future. So is it worth it to work harder

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    Purpose of Retirement Planning When it comes to your financial life cycle, retirement is one of the most important and strenuous areas to plan for. Because of the reduction in income during retirement, a person is exposed to longevity risk (risk of outliving your money) and the risk of not being able to maintain your current or wanted lifestyle. Our Red River Wealth Management team has analyzed your financial information and goals to create the retirement recommendations listed below. Areas of

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    Retirement Plans Plans are generally separated into two categories; defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. Defined benefit plans include pensions. This type of plan guarantees a given amount of monthly income, less portability, and shifts the investment risk to the employer. Defined contribution plans such as a 401(k) allows the individual to choose investments. This puts the risk on the employee and does not guarantee any minimum or maximum benefits. 401(k)s are also very portable

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    Speech: IRA Retirement Plans Saving for Retirement General Purpose: My general purpose is to persuade. Specific Purpose: My specific purpose is to persuade the audience to start saving for their retirement instead of simply relying on Social Security. Thematic Statement: Starting to save for retirement early has many benefits over Social Security. Introduction of Speech I. I took a survey of thirty BSU students, who are employed, to determine how many of them have started saving for their

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    Options for Retirement The majority of people age 65 or older in the United States are still working in full time positions. This opens the question if they planned for retirement, or what if anything went wrong while working? How do they feel about still having to work? Have they taken proper steps in preparing for retirement? Are they only working to pass time? These are the questions that everyone should be asking themselves about their own retirement plans, and what they have done to financially

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    Being a college student, retirement planning is not at the top of my schedule of things to do. Most college students would think they have plenty of time to work on forming a retirement plan and why should said college student have to worry about retirement now? Why have a retirement plan when they do not even have a solid career yet? In the future, our bodies will be unable to keep up with our adult life style, and will lose the ability physically work, thus losing our primary source of income.

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    FASB Research 4 1. Definitions for defined benefit retirement plan and defined contribution retirement plan 715-30-20 Defined Benefit Plan - A defined benefit plan provides participants with a determinable benefit based on a formula provided for in the plan. a. Defined benefit health and welfare plans—Defined benefit health and welfare plans specify a determinable benefit, which may be in the form of a reimbursement to the covered plan participant or a direct payment to providers or third-party

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    401k Retirement Plan

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    A retirement plan is the gateway of employees after they decide to retire. It is considered as the benefit plan which is managed by an union or an employer which provides income for the employees after they retire. The market is offering numerous retirement plans these days and one of these is the 401K plan which most employees seek out. People under a private company can select their retirement plans since they are protected by ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act). Employees that are

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    Building a Portfolio for Retirement “According to a survey conducted by the Savings Education Council last year, 24% of all workers were not confident that they were prepared to retire comfortably.” Upon retirement we would like to maintain a certain level of income and lifestyle such as that established in the prime of our earning career. Through proper planning this goal can be achieved. I am going to establish the need for investments/ savings through the life-cycle model of consumption.

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    Roth IRAS or Traditional IRAs

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    for taxpayers who participate in a 401(k) or are covered by some other employer retirement plan. Before the rules were liberalized by the 1997 tax act, a married couple above the income-thresholds could make deductible IRA contributions only if neither spouse was covered by a retirement plan at work. But this restriction was eased beginning with 1998 returns. If only one spouse is covered by an employer retirement plan, the other spouse will be eligible for at least a partial IRA deduction so long

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