Concerned that you’re behind on your retirement income planning? You’re not alone. According to a 2017 study from Gallup, more than 50 percent of Americans are worried they won’t have enough money for retirement.1 Retirement has been Americans’ most-cited financial worry every year that Gallup has conducted the study.
Even if you are behind, the good news is that you can quickly implement a plan to catch up. Make 2018 the year you review your retirement income planning and take action to stabilize your financial future.
The new year is here. Do you have a list of resolutions? Do you have plans to hit the gym, pursue a new hobby or finally take that big vacation? The new year is the perfect time to reassess your situation and develop a strategy to make big changes.
If you’re like many families, your list of resolutions could include some financial items. Maybe you want to get serious about eliminating debt, or perhaps you want to get your retirement savings back on track. Below are five simple steps you can take to regain control of your finances in 2018: