Retirement Savings

Average Baby Boomer Retirement Savings

Retirement savings are a real tricky subject for many, depending on what you want to do, and how you might want to live in retirement.Savings Jigsaw

For some, who have thought well ahead and made good provision, there is little to worry about. For others who may not have had the ability to channel discretionary funding to retirement savings for whatever reasons, retirement can be a frightening, daunting and in extremes even depressing prospect. It doesn’t have to be; it is possible to take control now, matter how near you are even if you are already retired.

For some happiness in retirement is not a money issue it is a fulfillment and mental challenge issue. Many people are forced into retirement before their minds are ready to cease challenge and creative activity.

I am happy to say that for those who are interested there is a solution to both of these potentially concerning issues in these pages.

How Much is Needed?

Given that I live in New Zealand I can tell you that the average amount money needed in the bank to live a comfortable modest lifestyle retiring at 65 is NZ$750,000.

In the US in order to enjoy a US$ 65,000 annual income you need to have US$1.2 million banked at 65.

In The UK figures quoted to achieve an annual income 42,000 pounds sterling per year are 600,000 pounds sterling invested at age 65. 

Of course these figures are generalisations and while they will give a very rough idea, of course everyone’s situation, commitments, expectations are different.

These figures are aimed at a very modest living standard but for some readers they may be a surprise. Sadly for some readers they may even be unobtainable, though there is a potential solution depending on what effort and commitment of time you might be willing to make.

Do you Have Enough?

Only you will know the answer to this question. What I strongly recommend is that you do some research for you own country or part of the world to ascertain what the general expectation is for retirement contingency funding and you work out if you are going to be able to live in the level of comfort that you expect. If not then I suggest that you come back to this post and take a look at the recommendation I make for you later in this post.

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If you know the answer already and you know that you have a gap to close then read on for the option to go straight away to get started on the FRE trial.

Can You Improve The Situation?

There are always options to improve you situation. Sometimes these options involve risk and significant upfront expense but that is not always the case.

I believe that what is offered in my recommendation below is the best, least risky, most affordable, most effective option available to anyone who is serious about closing that retirement funding gap.

What is the worst that could happen; register an account take the first steps in the FREE opportunity and decide that it is not for you. All that you have expended is some of you time to carry out some due diligence and reassure you self or otherwise that this can work for you.

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Are you ready to try?

Hamish

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8 thoughts on “Average Baby Boomer Retirement Savings”

  1. Hamish, good man.  What an excellent approach to the closing the retirement gap.  

    The subject is one of vital interest, and unfortunately few know how go about solving the problem.

    I appreciate the way you break down the amounts needed for various areas of our planet.  

    Wealthy Affiliate does hold one of the best answers I know of that can address the need.

    I am a member,  and can say Amen to everything you are recommending here.

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    • Thanks for the endorsement Earl and of course I think that you are absolutely on the money (excuse the pun!).

      There are real possibilities here and with little or no overheads that do not already exist in most modern homes; a PC or laptop and regular internet access and you have the foundation of a potential earning business.

      Thanks for dropping by sir 🧐

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  2. This gap in retirement years is very realistic. A subtle way of saying that many retirees do not have enough comfortable savings to get them through their waning years. This gap is really a challenge to fill. There is only a few options available out there and they are not even guaranteed; and they may not be easy.

    I agree that WealthyAffiliate is one way of filling that empty financial gap.

    I just hope those retirees should take this step. But this option is not only for retirees; it is also feasible to others who wanted to secure their retirement funds.

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    • Correct and well said on both points my friend.  I wish I had known about this a decade ago!

      Thanks for coming by and come again soon 🧐

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  3. A very great topic that a lot of us should give considerations to. In all honesty, I see this to be a great approach to enlightening us all concerning the baby boomers generation and the savings. Most retire without knowing how to balance their life’s because of improper attitude towards savings. Thankfully you have shared this here. Thank you so much for this

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  4. I like your website and blogs for two reasons.  One – they hit all of my buttons because I too am a baby boomer (born in 1949) who is retired (twice) and living on a limited income.  The other reason is that you have done research on the topic of retirement income needed to live a modest to above average lifestyle.  It shows me,and many others to be sure, where we are lacking and need to build additional savings to enjoy a future structured on abundance rather than lack.  Thanks!

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