Often, we think of retirement only as we are leaving our employment. This week’s article suggests we think about it when we evaluate a job offer, and that we factor in the value to a job offer what an employer’s retirement benefits can add. How is that evaluated? The article suggests you ask yourself four questions: Are employees offered retirement savings vehicles? Does the company match contributions? What is the vesting period? And, Are the retirement offerings sufficient for your retirement goals? Call us if you have any questions about how the answers to these questions may impact on you other retirement savings needs. We may know of options you haven’t thought about.
RETIREMENT QUESTIONS FOR A JOB
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