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You probably have already made a start—perhaps a good start—toward that goal. Add what you (and your spouse, if you’re married) have currently set aside for retirement in 401(k) plans, profit-sharing or any other company-sponsored defined-contribution plan, individual retirement accounts, Keogh plans and any other savings you’ve earmarked for your retirement. $ __________________________________________________________ current retirement savings Now adjust that figure for expected growth between now and when you retire.
You begin by pinpointing your retirement-income needs in future dollars—as discussed earlier in this chapter. Then figure out how much will be provided by social security and any employer-provided pension. ) continued on page 24 19 RETIRE WORRY- FREE WORRY-FREE RETIREMENT WORKSHEET HOW MUCH WILL YOU NEED TO RETIRE IN STYLE? A. First, decide what portion of current income (yours and your spouse’s, if you’re married) you want to replace in retirement (80% is recommended). $______________________________________________________________ x _________________________________________________________________________ % = $ __________________________________________________________ current income target retirement income in today’s $ B.
To gain a fuller understanding of your spending patterns, you need a longer perspective. So repeat the process. Three months is good; six months is better because your outlays will fluctuate from month to month. Some fixed expenses are spaced over long intervals— insurance premiums, taxes and car-registration fees, to name a few. Then come surprise expenses, such as medical bills and car repairs. All of these are as much a part of your overall spending profile as utilities and mortgage payments are.