Ryan Wheless discusses the many changes in retirement of the past versus the retirement of today.
Over the past few decades there are significant changes in retirement. Here are a few ways in which retirement today may be different from retirement in the past:
1. Increased life expectancy: People are living longer today than they did in the past, which means that retirement may last longer. This can have implications for retirement savings and planning.
2. Changes in the social security system: The social security system has undergone changes over the years, including changes to the eligibility age and benefit amounts. These changes can affect retirement planning.
3. Shift from defined benefit to defined contribution plans: In the past, many employees had defined benefit plans, which provided a guaranteed pension upon retirement. Today, defined contribution plans, such as 401(k)s, are more common. These plans do not provide a guaranteed benefit and the size of the benefit depends on the contributions made and the performance of the investments.
4. Changes in the economy and job market: The economy and job market have undergone significant changes in recent years, which can affect retirement planning and the availability of retirement benefits.
5. Greater responsibility for retirement savings: In the past, employees often relied on their employer or the government to provide retirement benefits. Today, many people are responsible for saving for their own retirement and may not have access to employer-sponsored retirement plans.
It’s important to keep these changes in retirement in mind when making plans and
to be proactive in saving and investing for the future.
Ryan Wheless talks about the changes in retirement today, including rising tax rates, market volatility, increased healthcare costs, and changes to social security. He notes that retirement today is different from the past, with people having to work for multiple companies and being responsible for saving and investing their own money for retirement. He advises people to prepare for these changes in retirement and make sure to save and invest wisely for thei future.
Our Channel “ ON THE MONEY“, is powered by Allied Wealth, Houston’s premier wealth management and financial planning firm. On the Money brings viewers educational, topic-driven, and real-life financial scenarios every week.
Topics we will be covering are Retirement and Financial Planning, Investment Selection, Retirement Income Planning, Taxes and Taxation during Retirement, Healthcare, Long Term Care, Legacy and Estate Planning, in addition to important Market and Economic changes impacting Retirement.
Allied Wealth is fully dedicated to your financial future, financial security and retirement.
With Allied Wealth, you will spend less time worrying and more time enjoying the life you’ve earned