Retirement Readiness is a gauge that determines whether or not a person will have enough money in retirement to enjoy a similar standard of living as in their time working. Research shows that a majority of Americans are not financially prepared for retirement. The MERS retirement readiness approach utilizes behavioral finance research to assist you in understanding your level of retirement readiness along with providing you actions you can take to become more prepared.
As a participant enrolled in a MERS retirement plan, you'll have access to free tools and resources to assist you in your retirement readiness planning including:
Did you recently receive your Snapshot report? If so, we encourage you to sign up for an upcoming webinar that will walk you through each section of the report. You'll also view a demonstration of the online Full Picture report builder.
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