The Tools You Need For Retirement and Financial Planning

You are responsible for your financial security in retirement. It’s up to you to decide how much you need to save and what level of planning is required to meet your unique needs. Some people take a very hands-on approach. Others are more comfortable letting professionals take care of their accounts. The ABA Retirement Funds Program (the “Program”) offers a...

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Imagine Your Best Retirement: How Much is Enough?

What will you be doing day-to-day when retirement comes? Do you remember when you were sixteen? If you were like me you couldn’t wait to be twenty-one…and it always seemed so far away. Now that we are working adults, retirement, like waiting for adulthood, may seem far off into the future, but looking back we may see it came all...

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Your Orange Money® is Only a Tap Away

On the Go! Access your retirement account, manage your savings and assess whether you are on track toward reaching your retirement goals. When you open the app, you will see myOrangeMoney®, an interactive educational experience that projects, based on the information saved in your plan's recordkeeping system, the money you will likely need each month in retirement and the progress...

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Financial Planning Assistance is Here!

Do you have confidence in your financial plan? Do you even have a plan? The latest Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefits Research Institute1 confirms that American workers today are not very confident about their retirement readiness. If you are nodding your head in agreement as you read these stats, we have some good news. New planning resources can boost your...

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3 Steps to a More Secure Retirement for Women

Three steps that will help you to maximize your retirement savings: Just start, Reach out for help and use your plan’s resources, and Take the long-view. Average retirement statistics regarding women and retirement show that, in general, women face stiffer retirement challenges than men. Compared to a man, a woman’s average life expectancy is almost five years longer, and a woman’s Social...

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