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This tag should be used for any questions related to retirement or post-retirement, such as planning or saving for retirement, or asking about benefits or issues after retirement.

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I'm 29, and just started a new job with an excellent mandatory retirement plan. I contribute 5.5 percent of my salary and my employer deposits an amount equal to 8.5 percent of my salary. I have a … house a few years from now, and I need to know whether I should be saving up short term stuff for a downpayment or if I need to further fund long term investments for my retirement. How do I go about planning how much I need to have saved up by retirement? …
asked Jan 9 '11 by jldugger
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funds they choose aren't exactly low expense either! I'm considering implementing my own retirement investing strategy based on this approach, but one of many questions I have is: do I really need all …
asked Aug 22 '11 by jldugger
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It seems a lot of people recommend lifecycle funds. They're even an allowed default investment for 401ks now. But given how little I trust Wall Street, I'm curious if there's any quality academic rese …
asked Sep 1 '11 by jldugger
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average salary x statutory multiplier x years of service = annual benefit at normal retirement age How do I value this annual benefit at retirement? My gut instinct is to model it as an annuity, but it's paid out in the future, and some of the variables are uncertain. …
asked Dec 14 '11 by jldugger