Living in retirement
An effective retirement strategy can help you plan how to spend and invest your savings so you’ll have a reliable cash flow and potential to generate additional income to help you enjoy the retirement years. Here are some key steps to consider:
Plan your spending
Create a financial plan based on your goals and spending, and consider how long you’ll need your money to last.
Build a portfolio that considers your desired growth, income, risk and timeline.
Tap into your portfolio in tax efficient ways to generate a reliable income stream.
Monitor your plan
Continuously monitor and adjust your plan and portfolio to reflect your needs, while monitoring the market or life changes.
Learn more about financial goal planning.
The IRS requires you to take RMDs from all of your tax-deferred retirement accounts when you reach a certain age. The Required minimum distribution is the minimum amount you must withdraw from your account each year. Learn more at investor.gov.
Social Security can provide you added financial protection while living in retirement. Eligibility begins at age 62, but you can decide when you want to start receiving your benefits. Know your Social Security benefits and your statements. Learn more at ssa.gov.
Medicare doesn’t start until age 65 and won’t cover everything. With Medicare or other healthcare insurance, you may be responsible for costs such as insurance premiums and out-of-pocket expenses your insurance doesn’t cover, like a deductible, copay or coinsurance.
Health plans from the Health Insurance Marketplace (www.healthcare.gov)
Employer retiree insurance (This is most common with federal, state and municipal employees.)
Insurance from your spouse’s employer
You can also use money saved in a Health Savings Account (HSA) to pay for insurance premiums and other qualified medical expenses tax-free.
Managing medical and healthcare costs
Working in retirement
Whatever is important to you while living in retirement, we’re here to support.
Begin to experience the benefits of working with us by scheduling a review with an HSBC Financial Professional.
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