Look at Your Finances
We all have to start somewhere. One is to look at your finances a more deeper. Social Security, pensions, 401(k), and assets need to be viewed in order see where the gaps are. Housing, food, healthcare and transportation needs also considered down the road so these can be covered during retirement.
The United States Department of Labor reported:
“Experts estimate that you will need at least 70 percent of your preretirement income – lower earners, 90 percent or more – to maintain your standard of living when you stop working.” Don't be scared to look at what you have and see where you want to go. You can take control, it is a matter of saving and creating a plan for the future.