Two Retirement Questions?

When it comes to retirement I get these two questions all the time. And they are probably on your mind too.

When can I retire? How much do I need?

The article below explains how to easily determine the answer to the second question. Once you see how much you need that tells you how much more you need to save. Knowing that tells you when – the answer to the first question.

 

The below article was posted at Morningstar and at AdviceIQ (live links at AdviceIQ).

About Larry Frank, Sr.

Larry R Frank Sr., MBA, CFP®, is an experienced financial advisor and a published author on Retirement Planning Research. Have a financial question? Click Here to Ask Larry

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