A search for 'retirement' at Google returns 12,400,000 hits! While there's plenty of sites that
talk about retirement most folks need some guidance on where to start and how to find the sites
that meet their needs for information. I strongly recommend working through sites such as these
before your first visit to a retirement planner. The more you learn ahead of time, the more value
you'll get from your time with the professional.
As you learn more about retirement you'll find that these sites have content which didn't catch
your eye the first time through, so plan to return to your favorite sites often!
These sites contain a very wide variety of information of value to retirees.
Some give advice specific to planning or living retirement. Some are specific
to the financial side of retirement and others talk about special topics
of interest to the retiree, such as medical care, travel, and other aspects
of the retirement lifestyle.
The trend on the web is for sites to present a list of questions that an investor
or retiree might ask and link to a calculator which can answer that specific question.
Some sites have a list of up to 50 sample questions for which they offer calculators.
As you might imagine, these can get very specific - particularly covering the various
types of investments available on the market today.
The calculators offered at this site cover the more important retirement-specific questions,
but in case you feel the need for others, here's list of some of the web's most useful