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8 Ways Online Retirement Planning Is Superior to That Printed Report Stashed Somewhere in Your Desk
March 17, 2018
The founder and CEO of NewRetirement, an online retirement planning service, describes concrete ways you can benefit from having a digital plan instead of a hard-copy plan.
Creating a retirement plan that is actually meaningful and useful can be challenging.
All too often, a retirement plan is a detailed paper document with lots of charts, prepared for you by a professional. It is no doubt well thought out, but how exactly is it going to be useful to you? It will be expensive, roughly $2,500 to $10,000 in many cases, and may be difficult to interpret or daunting to go through.
You need a useful retirement plan, not just a document with a high “thunk” value.
Here are eight tips for building a retirement plan that you will use and refer to—not just a hefty stack of paper with pretty graphs and charts.
Henry Crutcher, founder of Equities Lab LLC, gives an overview of the Equities Lab tool and how it helps investing.