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The first question most people ask when they're thinking about retirement is, how long should I plan to be in retirement? The answer may surprise you. There's a good chance you'll spend 30 years in retirement, and many people aren't financially prepared. This is called longevity risk — and it needs to be managed.
Do something today: there’s no need to be paralysed by indecision. Commit now and take steps to prepare for a long and brilliant retirement.
Protect your income for life: you can safeguard your income over 10 years, 20 years or for life. This means you'll have a guaranteed income once you retire and worrying about living longer than expected won’t be a problem.
“You can safeguard your income, so if you live longer than expected you're still in a position to enjoy your retirement.”
It’s not as daunting as it sounds. You can change your future today.Read more
A couple who owns their own home needs $1,133 per week to live well in retirement.10 This could be achievable if you start planning now11.Read more
Overspending is not just an issue for younger people. It can be tempting to splurge as soon as you retire on living the good life. And even if you’re careful, you could find that as the cost of living rises, you funds don’t go as far as you’d planned. And if you’re relying on a lump sum, you may find it hard to make it stretch.Read more