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Are you prepared for retirement?
If you retired today, would you have enough money to fund your desired lifestyle? It may be a difficult question to answer because there are so many variables to consider. However, it is important to evaluate your present situation and attempt to forecast how your finances may change in retirement.
In your "pre-retirement calculation", you may want to ask yourself the following questions:
- What is the market value of all my investments today, including any pensions and saving plans?
- How much money do I invest each month?
- What rate of return might my investments yield until I reach retirement?
- What will my investment portfolio be worth at retirement based on those assumptions?
For an "at retirement calculation", the following questions may be helpful:
- At what age am I planning to retire and how many years of retirement income may be needed?
- How much money will I need each month after taxes to support my lifestyle?
- How much income can I expect to receive from the government?
- How much income can I expect to receive from any company pension plans?
- How much money can I draw from my personal retirement portfolio and for how long?
Start planning for retirement today
Knowledgeable, qualified financial professionals1 from HSBC Securities (USA) Inc. are available to help you evaluate your answers to these questions. They can also work with you to prepare and implement a personalized retirement plan, help adjust it as your needs and goals change, and help you make the most of your finances after you retire.
Call 866.586.4722 or schedule a consultation online.
1 Financial professional refers to Premier Wealth Advisors (PWA), Premier Relationship Advisors (PRA) and Financial Advisors (FA). PWA/PRAs primarily focus on a full suite of Premier products and services while FAs primarily focus on a full suite of Advance products and services. Both offer bank products through HSBC Bank (USA) N.A., investments and certain insurance products, including annuities, through HSBC Securities (USA) Inc. and traditional insurance products through HSBC Insurance Agency (USA) Inc.
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