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Kuna Melba News June 2!, 2006 - 5 nanci; Build Retirement Savings--but Don't Forget Income Are you between the ages of 55 and 64? If so, you be- long to a peer group that is apparently quite concerned about saving for retirement -- but not at all sure how to convert those sav- ings into a steady income stream. If this describes your situation, you will need to take action to ensure that you have the financial resources avail- able to enjoy the retirement lifestyle you've envisioned. But before we look at how you can help take control of your retirement income scenario, let's look at some interesting statistics. A Pru- dential Financial, Inc. study of "near-retirees" -- those in the55-64 age group -- found the following: 83 percent of those sur- veyed think it is very impor- tant to generate an income that can provide a comfort- able retirement lifestyle -- but only 20 percent say they are well-informed on how to do so. 90 percent of near-retir- ees are either guessing how much income they will have in retirement or have no idea of how much income they will be able to generate dur- ing their retirement years, have available during your Only 15 percent of sur-retirement years, you'll want vey respondents are focused to determine a suitable with- on "generating retirementdrawal rate -- that is, you'll income," while the remaining need to determine how much 85 percent are still concen- you can reasonably afford to trating on build- take out each year. Ofcourse, ing a retirement nest egg, preserv- ing their savings or working toward better returns. Generating Re- tirement Income If the above sta- tistics are indica- tive of the national populace, it seems clear that many near-retir- ees are going to have to start taking action to meet their retirement income needs. Here are a few steps to con- sider: Evaluate your available financial resources. When you retire, you will probably be able to draw income from a variety of sources: Social Security, your 401(k) or oth- er employer-sponsored plan, your Roth or traditional IRA and your other savings and investments. Well before you retire, you will want to esti- mate how much money you will likely have accumulated from these resources. Calculate a withdrawal rate. Once you know about how much money you will How Many People Do You See for 315 E. Avalon Ave. Kuna, ID 83634 (208) 631-4062 lucylue@ihot.com www.lLoveKuna.com LUCY RODRIGUEZ LUEDDEKE Real Estate Professional mh0P pm q Service You Deserve. People You Trust. SM The peak Selling season is upon us. 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If you are within a few years of retire- ment, you may want to con- sider shifting some -- but certainly not all -- of your growth-oriented investments into income-producing ones. Consequently, you might want to look at fixed-income vehicles, such as bonds, or even an immediate annuity, which can be structured to pay you an income stream you can't outlive. By following these sug- gestions, and by constantly keeping "income" in your thoughts as you create an investment strategy for re- tirement, you can help cre- ate the cash flow you need to fully enjoy your "golden years." For please Gamel, more information contact Allen D. Investment Repre- sentative, Edward Jones In- vestments, members SIPC/ NYSE, at 922-9272 or stop by his office at 498 Main, Kuna. Kuna Days Meetings The following are sched- uled Kuna Days Committee meetings, on Thursday eve- nings at 6 p.m in the Kuna Community Hall: June 22"d June 29th July 6 July 13 July 20 July 27 Volunteers are needed. 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Your Edward Jones investment representative can provide a prospectus, or visit our website at: www.edwardjones.com, which should be read carefully before investing. "Our Line of Credit is a margin account. Borrowing against securi- ties has its risks and is not appropriate for everyone. If the value of your collateral declines, you may be required to deposit cash or additional securities, or the securities in your account may be sold to meet the margin call. Allan D. Gamel 498 West Main Street Kuna, Idaho 83634 208 922-9272 m M~rr~bet S~PC Edward Jones Serving Individual lnve~aors Since, ]871