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What Will Your Retirement Look Like?

Today, people are looking at retirement as a whole new beginning–an opportunity to explore new options and pursue new dreams. Financial planning for retirement can help make that happen. Envisioning your expectations for the future–financially, emotionally, physically and socially–can help you make your retirement lifestyle vision a reality.

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Transitioning Into Retirement

Transitioning from the working world into retirement may be smoother if you take the right steps.

The Importance of Planning

When should you begin to take Social Security? How much should you budget for retirement? What if you have unforeseen medical costs or other expenses? These are questions every person approaching retirement should consider. Developing a plan for retirement in advance will help you determine the actions you need to take to prepare for a financially secure future.

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Working with a Financial Professional

Baby boomers with a financial professional are twice as likely to feel confident about their retirement savings as those without an advisor.* A financial professional can help you with everything from the ins and outs of Social Security to financial strategies for successfully funding a retirement that can last 30 years or more.

Don’t go it alone. Find out how a financial professional can help you become retirement ready.

* Insured Retirement Institute (IRI): Boomer Expectations for Retirement 2014: Fourth Annual Report on the Retirement Preparedness of the Boomer Generation

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Chapter 2: Carol Lewis Becoming a First-Time Film Director

Carol Lewis, a 61-year-old retired postal worker, became a first-time director in her Chapter Two. Follow her journey, watch her first film and see how she proves that retirement can be a time to do what you love.

Chapter 2: Mike Tiscia From Banking to Painting

You don't have to be born an artist; you can become one. Like Mike Tiscia, who got a degree in economics and spent 32 years as a bank examiner before getting serious about painting in retirement. Now he got the chance to see his work go up five stories high in Manhattan.

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Footnote

These web pages are for informational or educational purposes only; they are not intended as investment advice and are not a recommendation about managing or investing your retirement savings.  In providing this information, Pruco Life Insurance Company (in New York, Pruco Life Insurance Company of New Jersey), Newark, NJ and Prudential Annuities Distributors, Inc. are not acting as your fiduciary as defined by any applicable laws and regulations.

Investors should consider the features of the contract and the underlying portfolios’ investment objectives, policies, management, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. This and other important information is contained in the prospectus, which can be obtained on the prospectus page or from your financial professional. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing.

Annuity contracts contain exclusions, limitations, reductions of benefits and terms for keeping them in force. Your licensed financial professional can provide you with complete details.

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