Planning for Retirement
Life’s everyday expenses make it easy to put retirement on the back burner. However, planning for the future is essential to establishing a retirement budget based on your lifestyle and personal plans. Oftentimes, those entering retirement have not put enough of an emphasis on their lifestyle choices. It’s never too early to start thinking ahead about the plans you would like to have during retirement.
The U.S. Census Bureau data shows that on average, men in the United States retire at age 65 and women at age 63. Younger Americans aged 18-29 predict that they will retire earlier, at 63 years old. No matter your age or your expectations, the best time to start planning and saving for retirement is now.
You can maximize your retirement opportunities and plan ahead by visiting the Allegiance Bank financial education center. Learn more about planning for your future here.
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