By Age 60…

You should have saved:

Six to eight times your annual salary

What does that look like?

If you make $75,000/year: $450,000 – $600,000
If you make $100,000/year: $600,000 – $800,000
If you make $200,000/year: $1,200,000 – $1,600,000

Savings goal:

20+% of your annual income

Next checkpoint:

Gradually increase your savings if you’re still working.

Tips for boosting savings:

Keep contributing! Even if you can withdraw from retirement plans and IRAs at age 59½, try to avoid it.
Maximize Social Security benefits by working longer and increasing your wages.
Look for extra money from raises, bonuses, tax refunds, inheritance or settlements to further pad your savings.

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