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Retirement Savings: What Contribution Should You Make?
How much of a contribution are you able to make to your retirement savings on a regular basis? How much of a retirement savings contribution are you making to your accounts on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis? How much of a retirement savings contribution should you be making? And, one last question for you, how can you be sure that the retirement savings contribution that you make is going into the right accounts and will really be there for you once you retire and no longer have a steady paycheck coming in?
Each question that was asked in that first paragraph flows from the next. Your retirement savings contribution should be based on what you are able to do, what you are doing and what you could be doing as each of these elements contributes to whether or not you are going to be able to have the money you need when you retire. Likewise, the accounts that you make retirement savings contributions to are going to have an affect on your retirement income: accounts with a higher interest rate or that accrue interest monthly rather than annually will help you to save more for your retirement.
There is another thing that those questions have in common though, something that may be less obvious. When it comes to retirement savings contributions, it is important to keep your finger on the pulse of what's happening. On one hand, that means making and sticking to a budget. On the other, it means understanding your income, your retirement goals and the different accounts that are available to help you save for retirement. Fortunately, there are tools that can help you to simplify the process.
One of those tools is Bob's free retirement calculator that you can access from the bottom of this page. With it, you will be able to look at annuity accounts, individual retirement accounts, certificates of deposit and other accounts that will help you to save for retirement. You will be able to look at the ways in which your savings will accrue based on the retirement savings contribution that you are currently making and you will be able to see the ways in which an additional contribution would help you to reach your goals. Likewise, you will be able to look at the possibility to making a retirement savings contribution to a different account so that you would be able to see alternative options.
Because your contact information will be forwarded to a trusted financial advisor in your area when you access Bob's retirement calculator, you will not be on your own to figure out whether or not your retirement savings contribution is going to the right place. Instead, while you will be able to do some research on your own, you will also be able to take advantage of a follow up call during which you can ask questions, get answers and advice and make any changes that may help you out a great deal in the end.
Your retirement savings contribution is going to have a big impact on your retirement income; shouldn't you know what that impact will be? With Bob's free retirement calculator, it is easy to figure out, so why not click to download and get started?