SD Retirement Solutions Participant Newsletters

Participant Newsletter June 2020

Retirement can be the most wonderful time of your life, truly the golden years. It is up to you to do what you can to make it so.Enjoying good health in retirement is key to quality of life. The other major determiner of quality of life in retirement is financial security. ...

Participant Newsletter June 2020

Participant Newsletter March 2020

The big question when it comes to retirement is, “How much money am I going to need?” With all of the advanced education and strategy tools available, it is still often difficult to understand the difference between what you can save for retirement and what is needed to retire.

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Participant Newsletter Dec 2019

If you had an unexpected emergency expense of $400, would you be able to pay for it? If your answer is no, you’re not alone. Forty-six percent of Americans said they would have difficulty with an emergency expense of $400.¹ Furthermore, 140 million Americans have little or no savings at all

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Participant Newsletter - August 2019

All approach retirement, some sooner than others. To enjoy your retirement years and not be a burden on family members, it is essential that you save sufficient assets to carry you through your retirement. No one knows precisely the amount of assets you will need for a comfortable retirement, but the more you save now, the more comfortable you are likely to be at retirement.

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Participant Newsletter - April 2019

Purchasing a home is a big decision. There are many factors to consider. Most importantly, what is your budget? Is now the time to rent instead? How do you know?

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Participant Newsletter - December 2018

You have big dreams for your children. Maybe they will grow to be an astronaut or a doctor—their potential has no limit. Have you considered how

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Participant Newsletter - September 2018

If debt is a leading contributor to your overall stress, you are not alone. The national mean for household credit card debt is $16,000. The average total household debt, including mortgages, is $132,500. That volume of debt can be a real burden on your wallet, relationships and ability to achieve other important goals like saving for retirement.

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Pittsburgh

One PPG Place, Suite 1700
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

sdretirement@schneiderdowns.com
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Columbus

65 East State Street, Suite 2000
Columbus, OH 43215

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Map of Columbus Office
Washington, D.C.

1660 International Drive
McLean, VA 22102

sdretirement@schneiderdowns.com
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