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Consider the odds of living longer. The reality is that you could end up living a lot longer than you may think. In fact, the Social Security Administration reports that one in three 65-year-olds today will reach age 90, while one in seven will reach 95.*

That means your retirement could potentially last 30 years or more. Will you have enough savings to enjoy those years the way you want?

Take one of the four actions below to begin or continue planning for your 100.

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Enrolling in your workplace retirement plan may be one of the easiest ways to start planning for today’s increasing longevity — and for the future you envision.

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Increasing your contributions, even just one or two percent a year, could potentially make a noticeable difference in your longterm savings. Use the calculator above to see how increasing your contributions to a 401(k), 403(b) or 457 plan can affect your paycheck as well as your retirement savings.

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Things change. That's why it's a good idea to regularly check your savings plan to make sure it's still on track for the future you envision. Our Education Center offers useful financial information and tips to help you Plan for 100. 

* Source: www.ssa.gov

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AIG Retirement Services financial professionals can help you plan for all your financial needs. Teaming up with a financial professional is a more personal way to keep your goals in focus.