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GrowYour Retirement Savings

Small steps, like reviewing your current finances and consulting with a trusted advisor, can enhance your chances for a secure retirement.

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The percentage of Americans aged 35-44 who have an IRA or workplace retirement account. 2000 - 71% / 2014 - 61%

Less-Laid Plans

Less-Laid Plans

According to the Prudential-sponsored Sightlines Project from the Stanford Center on Longevity, the percentage of Americans 35-44 who have an IRA or workplace retirement account dropped to 61% in 2014, from 71% in 2000.

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At What Age Should I Retire?

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Robert Fishbein, a vice president and corporate counsel in Prudential's Tax Department, answers the question, "At what age should I retire?"

What to Do if You Are Near Retirement Age

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Robert Fishbein, a vice president and corporate counsel in Prudential's Tax Department, discusses what to do if you're nearing retirement and you want to save more.

The Impact of Market Volatility on Retirement Planning

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Clay Thompson, a retirement counselor at Prudential, explains why it’s important to maintain discipline when you’re saving for retirement, especially during times of market volatility.

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