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Articles to Help With Your Retirement Planning

Articles to help with your retirement planning from State Farm®.
3 Steps to Roll Over Your 401(k) to a Traditional IRA

3 Steps to Roll Over Your 401(k) to a Traditional IRA

Follow this simple rollover process to continue building your retirement savings.

Qualities in a Financial Professional

Qualities in a Financial Professional

4 important traits to seek out in a financial professional.

You Don't Need To Be A Retirement Investing Expert

You Don't Need To Be A Retirement Investing Expert

Saving for retirement is one of the smartest decisions you can make, but it may feel out of reach if you haven’t invested before. Paul Mele, Head of Participant Engagement for BlackRock’s Defined Contribution Group, discusses how you can plan with a few simple guideposts.

How Are Genx and Millennials Saving for retirement?

How Are Genx and Millennials Saving for retirement?

You don’t have to save like your parents. If you’re decades away from post-work years, 4 new approaches can help you gain sought-after financial security.

Should I Consider an Annuity?

Should I Consider an Annuity?

Many people have questions about annuities. State Farm Agent Sammy Yim is here to help answer them.

3 Top Retirement Savings Excuses

3 Top Retirement Savings Excuses

And how you can work around them.

Cashing Out Your 401(k)

Cashing Out Your 401(k)

Considering a pre-retirement 401(k) withdrawal? Read this first to help decide.

Possible Options for Your 401(k)s From Previous Employers

Possible Options for Your 401(k)s From Previous Employers

Workers don't stay at one employer anymore, so know what to do with your 401(k).

Ready to Retire? 5 Questions to Ask

Ready to Retire? 5 Questions to Ask

Making the decision to retire is a big one - here's how to know if you're ready.

Increase Investment Literacy to Help Plan for Retirement

Increase Investment Literacy to Help Plan for Retirement

It's wise to be ready to adjust your retirement investments to meet the needs of your post-working years.

Retirement or College: How to Save for Both

Retirement or College: How to Save for Both

It doesn’t have to be an either-or, but there are important considerations to review.

Will You Have Enough Saved by Retirement Age?

Will You Have Enough Saved by Retirement Age?

You know you need to save, but how much? Estimate your future retirement income.