Retirement Plan Analysis

With the volatility of the tech bubble of 2000 through 2002 and the financial crisis of 2008, many individuals found that their investment and retirement portfolios lost so much money that they could not retire when they planned to. We help fix damaged retirement portfolios so that people can get back on track towards their retirement goals.

If your retirement portfolio has not been damaged - we commend you. To protect your retirement portfolio in the future, we offer analysis to see if there are risks that you are unaware of that could negatively alter your retirement plans.

If you haven't begun taking your Social Security benefits, we suggest doing a Social Security Timing Analysis before a retirement plan analysis. After doing a Social Security Timing Analysis, we use those numbers as part of the Retirement Plan Analysis.

The Retirement Plan Analysis will capture the value of all of your regular investments and your retirement assets like your IRAs, 401(k), 457, or 403(b). It also captures all of your sources of income that you expect during retirement, like your Social Security benefit or a pension you are entitled to receive.