Planning for a Lifetime of Income

Financial wellness means knowing you have protected income throughout your retirement.


Making It Last.

With the average American needing to save for 18 years of retirement, planning for income that lasts through it all is more important than ever.*

We ventured to Loma Linda, California, where people live up to a decade longer than the average American. We explored what it’s like for pre-retirees to plan for retirement in a place where they come face to face with living longer on a daily basis.

*Prudential’s 2018 Retirement Readiness Survey

Tips to Help You Create Lasting Retirement Income

Guarantee Your Income

With a retirement income strategy, you can help make sure your money lasts a lifetime, while protecting against risks like market volatility. Get the facts and enroll online.

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Estimate Your Income Needs

Can you save enough money to afford the retirement you dream about? Peek into the future with our retirement lifestyle calculator.

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Protect Retirement Income

Saving for retirement is good. Having protected income that lasts through retirement is even better. That’s what an annuity is designed to provide. See if it’s the right choice for you.

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Easy Ways to Get Started


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What Else Is Standing Between You and Financial Wellness?

Getting Started

With family, career, and other responsibilities, focusing on your financial wellness can take a back seat—especially for women who are juggling more than ever.

Protecting What Matters Most

Preparing yourself and your family for the unexpected is one of the keys to financial wellness. Make sure you’re ready for whatever life brings.

Planning for College and Retirement

Balancing these two goals isn’t easy. But you can achieve both—without one coming at the expense of the other.

Planning Without Workplace Benefits

As a self-employed or “gig” worker, you have more freedom and flexibility. But without access to workplace benefits, you’re more responsible for your own financial security.