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Steps to Build Plan
  Step 1 - Define goal
  Step 2 - Gather data
  Step 3 - Get educated
  Step 4 - Assess situation
  Step 5 - Develop plan
  Step 6 - Make changes
  Step 7 - Get help
Tools
  Retirement Calculator (Html)
  Life Expectancy Calculator (Html)
  Retirement planner (MSNMoney calculator)
  Retirement planner (MSNBC calculator)
  CNNMoney's Asset Allocation Wizard
Investment Plans
  Employer Plans
  Pensions
  401(k)
  403(b)
  Roth 401(k)/403(b)
  457(b)
  Keogh
  Simple IRA
  SARSEP-IRA
  SEP-IRA
  Federal Plans
  Military Retirement
  CSRS/FERS Plans
  TSP
  Other Investments
  Personal IRA
  Annuities
  Stocks
  Bonds
  Mutual Funds
Get educated

The key to your success in developing any plan, especially your retirement plan, is to be as informed as possible about all of your options. During this step, you should educate yourself in all of the applicable types of investments. Even if you currently are not enrolled in some of these outlined below, it may still benefit you to understand how they work and know what are the advantages and disadvantages.

Once you understand your curent investment plans as well as the other investment options available to you, it is time to assess your current situation, both in terms of your investment choices and also how much you are saving in various types of plans.

Step Four - Assess Your Situation

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