5 Steps You Can Take Now to Catch Up On Your Retirement Savings

Millions of Americans have been impacted by COVID-19 and its economic consequences. Many workers have been forced to put a hold on new contributions to 401(k) or other retirement savings plans, which has resulted in a big opportunity cost in terms of lost future retirement income. Some pre-retirees have even delayed retirement altogether or had to reimagine their plans to consider part-time work to improve their savings. So, if your retirement savings progress has been sidetracked, don’t panic. It is never too late to re-start saving for money you will need in retirement.

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What’s Your RISE Score?

Your RISE Score, also known as Retirement Income Security Evaluation Score, can tell you whether you’re on track with your retirement income, and how well it will cover basic living expenses.

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