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Retirement Center

Planning for retirement involves two equally important stages: saving money before you retire and developing a strategy to live on the money you have saved.

Planning for Retirement   |   Living in Retirement

Planning for Retirement

Why Consider Consolidating Accounts?

Combining scattered assets can help you get a better view of your retirement savings.

6 Steps Toward Your Retirement Goals

Consider these six steps to help keep you on track toward your goals regardless of market conditions.

Compounding and the Potential Benefits of Starting Early

Start early in saving for retirement to take advantage of the potential for compounding. A little saved now can add up.

Investing for a Longer Life

Strategies to address the potential effects of living longer on your ability to fund your retirement.

Reimagining Retirement

Guidance for Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials as they move toward retirement.

Living in Retirement

Social Security

When and how you take Social Security benefits can significantly affect what you receive over time. Learn questions to ask before you claim your benefits.

Managing Your Income in Retirement

See seven important steps for creating your income strategy.

How Do Investors Generate Income in Retirement?

Do you know how much income you’ll need in retirement, or how you may need to generate that income? Here are some answers.

Guaranteed Lifetime Income with Annuities*

A guaranteed stream of lifetime income from an annuity can be an important part of your overall retirement plan.

*Guarantees are based on the claims-paying ability of the issuing insurance company. Guarantees apply to minimum income from an annuity; they do not guarantee an investment return or the safety of the underlying investment choices.

*Insurance products are offered through non-bank insurance agency affiliates of Wells Fargo & Company and are underwritten by unaffiliated insurance companies. Not available in all states.