Procrastination could make your road to retirement more challenging (131 KB, PDF)
A review of the effect of procrastination on the accumulation of assets for retirement, graphically demonstrating that starting early can have a dramatic impact on both how much you need to contribute and how much you can accumulate over the long term
Small investments may stack up over time (103 KB, PDF)
A chart showing the potential accumulation from investing just $200 per month over time.
Will you have enough money to live comfortably through retirement? (89 KB, PDF)
This chart shows the portions of your pre-retirement income that a recent study estimates will be provided by social security and what portion it estimates that you will need from savings and pensions
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Financial security is one of the most important issues for most Americans.Whether it's putting kids through college, saving for an emergency, buying a house, or saving for retirement - having enough money for life's demands is among our biggest concerns. And yet, many Americans have not taken even the first steps toward a secure financial future. The awarded winning Choose to Save%uFFFD national public education and outreach program is dedicated to raising awareness about the need to plan and save for long-term personal financial security.
U. S. News Associate editor Emily Brandon tells you how to get ready financially for retirement and to make your golden years the best they can be.