what income does it take to be in the top one percent of all retirees you'd think that'd be a relatively simple project to research turns out it wasn't so stick around and benefit from the work that I did to uncover these hard to find numbers let's go for a walk and talk about it and you know the first thing I want to observe is that most of us probably would not recognize could not tell by the lifestyle folks that are in the top 10 percent of all retiree income when I get to the numbers I I think you'll you'll say okay I think I would be able to recognize people that are in the top one percent I'll give you a hint it's a it's a much bigger number than than I thought it was going to be okay and and so why is that you know why wouldn't we recognize uh the folks that are in the top 10 percent and it's because like a lot of things in life you know if you look at Millionaires and millionaires lifestyle you know 70 of millionaires in America are self-made made and and most of them most of us uh got there by being you know uh careful with our money and and and being good Savers is as much as uh being fortunate and and receiving a good salary along the way okay so I'm going to start off with what these numbers look like for all Americans and this is from a large data set they say it's the largest population data set uh in the world and the organization is called ipums and this is for all Americans not just retirees so to be in the top well first let's start off with median and and this is household this is household income the median household income uh in the United States for for everybody all ages is is seventy thousand dollars to be in the top 25 you've got to make about a hundred and thirty thousand dollars to be in the top 10 you're making a little over two hundred thousand dollars that the household income a little over two hundred thousand it's two hundred and twelve thousand and to be in the top one percent you're making over five hundred thousand dollars a year now um and the number is five hundred and seventy thousand what was interesting is each of those groups from um 2021 to 2022 so this is a data set uh that they released the results of at the end of 2022.
each of those groups got a raise between 2021 and 2022. unfortunately from the median and Below on an inflation adjusted basis folks that are at the median below uh are actually making less on an inflation-adjusted basis folks that are above the median are making more in 2022 and we've heard this play out in the press okay so so those are the income levels now let's talk about savings and there's a really interesting point I wanna I wanna share with you here okay to be in the um to be in the top one percent of Savers in the United States this is the top one percent if you're between 65 and 69 75 and 79 or over 80.
it's to be in the top one percent you've got to have 2.7 million dollars in what's called net worth and net worth is just take all of your assets all of your savings accounts the value if you own a house the value of your house and subtract from it the the the debt that you have on that essentially so you just take all of your assets and you subtract all your liabilities your car alone your your mortgage your credit card debt hopefully you don't have too many of the latter two uh and that's your net worth so uh if you have a net worth of 2.7 million dollars a household net worth uh in the United States you're in the top one percent what I want to point out is you know if you look at the income boy that income is really staggering right I mean the top one percent of income is 570 000 or higher and you know some people will say well you know that number seemed a little low I was expecting that top one percent income to be higher and I I agree but that's like the last person that made it into the top one percent so there's plenty of people in that category that are making a lot more money but think about this you know the the lowest income in the top one percent is almost six hundred thousand dollars right it's five hundred and seventy thousand dollars yet to be the top one percent in savings you just need two point seven million dollars or more um and what that tells me is you know as a society as a country it's no surprise we're not saving enough money and so um it's not enough to make a great salary you've got to be able to to save it but to me that was just staggering that you know essentially that top one percent you know if they were the Savers they essentially have saved um what five years worth of income uh and most of us could not retire if we had just saved five years worth of income right so that just shows just the the importance of living below your means and and saving as much as you can okay let's keep going now I'm going to break it out by decile and again this is household this is according to the Congressional research service so the the lower quintile so there's five groups the lower one-fifth the lower 20 percent of Americans are making under twenty two thousand dollars a year then the next group up from that are making you know between that twenty two thousand and forty thousand the next group up to that is is making between forty thousand and sixty five thousand um so you can see that you know eighty percent of Americans households are making less than sixty five thousand dollars a year now I haven't got to retirement that's coming up here really soon um let me get to the top quintile the top quintile households in America are a little over a hundred and ten thousand dollars let's call it a hundred and eleven thousand dollars okay so now let's get to what I finally was able to find out so I've shared a lot of info information here and I think many of you are listening to this this uh these numbers and saying you know what I'm doing okay you know it's hard to get that high high salary but if you're saving and if if you're uh spending less than you earn if you're saving that and then importantly if you're investing that remember it's not enough to just save you have to invest it you have to get compounding working for you so a lot of you I think are looking at the at least the savings number and saying yeah we're doing okay we're doing okay and I hope you are I hope you are okay so now getting on to the uh uh the the top income in retirement uh and before I get there if you're enjoying this video take a quick second and hit the like button it really does help the algorithm uh find other people that this this video uh and my videos can help okay so um I'm gonna break this out the top 10 percent the top five percent and the top one percent so people 65 to 69.
Now this is people that are working and not working top ten percent is two hundred thousand top five percent is two hundred and sixty thousand top one percent is essentially one million dollars okay so that's 65 to 69 and now for people 70 to 74 numbers come down a little bit top 10 percent is a hundred and seventy thousand dollars top five percent uh is 260. is that right yeah 265 000 and and the last number is a million dollars so retirees to be in the top one percent of all people 65 and older you need to be making a million dollars a year just to put that in perspective that rule of 25. if that's what the uh if that's what the income is then they had they'd have to have 25 million dollars in savings by the the rule of four percent I hope you found this video helpful if you did I know you're going to like this video up here that talks about average income for retirees in America in this video down here that talks about five reasons to retire as soon as you can thanks for watching bye byeRead More
we all want to know do we have enough can we retire and how long will our money last well the key in retirement is to compound good decision after good decision and what that does is that helps to optimize your overall retirement assets and increase the probability that you do have enough and you can retire and most importantly you don't have to to live with anxiety throughout retirement worrying if you have enough or not in this video we're going to look at a 66 year old with 800 000 saved and really get into some of the nuances of different decisions that have to be made in the potential outcome of those various decisions [Music] hi i'm troy sharp ceo of oak harvest financial group certified financial planner professional host of the retirement income show and certified tax specialist the purpose of these videos is to help get you thinking along the lines of what decisions need to be made and how they are all interrelated from social security to health care to investments in asset allocation to managing risk to taxes to really get get you thinking about all the decisions that have to be made and how one decision impacts other decisions as we go through these what you'll start to see with retirement is that it's just as much an art as it is a science because everyone's situation is so unique everyone's circumstances are so different so we're going to look at some different variables here but we're going to start out with some very basic ones so first we have john and jane just a sample case male female both age 66 and just retire now we're in texas so we put texas as a state residence but obviously if you live in a state with an income tax a state income tax there would be a little bit different scenario but that's why the customization is so important okay so retirement period so we like to assume a long life expectancy and the reason is that the age 85 population segment in this country is the fastest growing population segment out there also according to pew research which i brought this article up here when we look at the projection of growth this is the estimated number of people over 100 years old over the next 30 years in 1990 there were 95 000 people over age 100.
In 2015 451 thousand by 2050 this is a pew research study by the way 3.6 million people estimated to be over the age of 100. this is advances in science and technology and medicine and treatment to help people overcome various diseases that they may they may find themselves with in retirement so underestimating life expectancy is a big mistake for a retirement planner because if we plan for 95 or 90 and you don't make it that far well you have that money you're secure but if we plan to 82 and you make it to 90 well guess what that's a big problem so when we talk about life expectancy this is one of the pieces of financial planning that is specialized to you and yourself you know your health you know your longevity you know what health problems you may or may not have of course we can customize this for your particular situation but most people from my experience underestimate the advances in medicine technology and science that will continue to extend our lives as time progresses we have treatment right now for various diseases and cancers that even five ten years ago we didn't have so underestimating our life expectancy is one of the big mistakes that people make now if you do have health conditions if you smoke if you drink you're probably not making it to 95 that would be customized for your particular situation but generally speaking i'd much rather plan for you to live to 95 and you don't make it there then plan for you to live to 85 and then you make it to 95 and then the plan obviously would be insufficient because there wouldn't be enough money to pay for health care to keep up with inflation taxes etc so that's why we put the life expectancies at 95.
okay this particular couple what we're trying to do is account for spending and retirement of sixty thousand dollars per year of course this is after tax so if most of your money is inside a 401k or an ira there is a tax problem there to get 60 000 out we have to pull more than that after taxes to be left with 60. healthcare this is the average medicare cost for a 66 year old couple in this country now it may be a little bit more a little bit less for you depending on your prescriptions and various out-of-pocket costs but this 9 400 this is the average including medicare premiums out of pocket costs for health care expenses for a 66 year old couple in this country okay so social security john has he will file his normal application at sixty six and a half and receive thirty six thousand dollars jane will then file spousal benefits in this scenario which is um a lot of times what we see working with clients where the husband files social security and then the y files for spousal benefits of course your situation may be different again this is where customization comes in but 36 000 and 18 000 are the social security benefits now here's something very important when we look at the breakdown in assets this is where retirement planning starts to get very very fun for us because it start it's putting that puzzle together but where it becomes very complicated for for most people because they don't understand the challenges that come with having too much money inside that 401k so we did a breakdown here six hundred thousand inside the 401k and 200 000 inside the brokerage account there are literally millions and millions of different ways that you could take retirement income from this breakdown of accounts you could take x amount from the 401k take x amount from the brokerage account brokerage of course when you say this this is a non-retirement account a non-ira optimization comes into play when we we are we identify what is the appropriate amount to take out of that 401k and what is the appropriate amount to take out of the non-ira in order to not just reduce taxes today but look at the impact over the course of your retirement which income distribution strategy makes the most sense for not only today but over the next 20 to 30 years so this is the breakdown here we're going to when we look at the tax analysis in a few minutes it's going to make a lot more sense we're going to look at the top 100 different income distribution possible strategies and the impact that they have over a long period of time okay so very simple we're not looking at real estate here so a net worth of eight hundred thousand dollars because yes when you have equity in your home it's a great thing to have you can pull that out for emergencies later we just want to isolate the financial assets that this couple has saved look at them spending sixty thousand dollars a year after tax with inflation uh inflation by the way we have it two and a quarter percent i'll touch on that in a little bit because we received some comments about inflation and health care costs now health care obviously is increasing a lot more than general inflation in the economy but we just want to isolate with these financial assets is that enough to answer the big questions can i retire stay retired and maintain my standard of living so when we look over here at a monte carlo analysis so this button what we're going to do is we're going to hit it it's going to run a thousand different simulations looking at a thousand different market returns over the course of time we just have them in a basic 60 40 portfolio again asset allocation is a big part of a successful retirement but we're just trying to to provide information based on what the majority of people out there are currently doing with retirement okay so this comes in at about 87 percent so 87 percent you may be saying well is that a good number is that a bad number the truth is it doesn't really matter too much it's just a snapshot in time what's most important with a financial plan and a retirement plan is that you stay connected to this over time when markets are up or down and you have various returns over time and you're spending money as well you run into what's called sequence of returns risk which is the combination of taking money out and market losses if you take out five percent you lose 20 you're down 25 percent in a single year now if that happens in consecutive years that's where the sequence of returns risk comes in when you're in the distribution phase of retirement so yes 87 percent i would feel comfortable myself retiring if this came in at 87 percent for me because that means 870 out of a thousand simulations i die with money now it's more nuanced than that of course but what's most important is that we're tracking this over time is it staying at 87 percent is it going up is it going down that's what's really important this is nothing more than a snapshot in time now when we start to look at before we get to the tax analysis i want to come over here to what's called the play zone in this particular software that we use and i like this because it shows what happens if we spend a little bit more money or less money how does that impact our probability of success so right now we have this couple spending sixty thousand dollars after taxes let's say they wanted to spend seventy thousand though seventy one look at the impact that this has it drops it from 87 to 41 that is a massive change in probability of success now what we would do in this situation if somebody wanted to spend 70 000 of course we can customize a plan where seventy thousand is spent maybe in the first five years seven years ten years with the intention of eventually tapering it back down to an inflation adjusted sixty thousand per year so inflation adjusted sixty thousand per year what does that mean well 60 000 today if you take that out of your portfolio it will buy more goods and services than if you take 60 000 out of your portfolio in the future this is a basic time value of money concept inflation erodes our purchasing power over time so to have the same purchasing power in the future of 60 000 today we probably need to pull out 68 69 70 71 000 something in that range we'll actually look at this in a second but the 70 000 this assumes we spend 70 000 today after taxes and it's just inflating at two and a quarter percent over time now i said i would talk a little bit about inflation and right now what's going on as i record this video is we are going through a period of a bit higher inflation in some areas other areas we absolutely don't have any serious inflation the truth of the matter is whatever you believe inflation to be when we customize a plan like this for you we can look at various amounts of inflation but if you start to put it out at four five six seven percent it's very likely you're not going to have enough money to keep up with that level of inflation unless the investment returns are that or greater now positive news there is typically in high periods of inflation stocks have performed well but when we look at inflation inputs and inflation estimates it's been 12 plus years where general inflation in the economy has been under 2 we are starting to see some inflation now most experts believe that it's transitory and by the time we get to next year inflation should normalize but we'll see most importantly again what we do is we stay connected if inflation does start to to sustain itself in a way that gets above two and a half three three and a half four percent well that's why we have a financial plan we start to adjust for those changes same thing with taxes same thing with markets same thing with everything in retirement our health our goals and in the circumstances we find ourselves in they change throughout retirement that's why when we look at something like this it's just a snapshot in time we need to be able to be flexible and pivot based on whatever circumstances come our way okay so taxes i want to look at taxes now we have this this is a different software that we use to look at taxes we'll overlay this software and the outputs from this one to the other software along with a few other ones that we use then of course the human element is the most important when combining all of this together but what we're looking at here is the top 100 distribution strategies for this same couple number one tax planning and income distribution scenarios the number one ranked strategy of course is up top it shows an estimated ending balance of 663 000 and taxes paid over the course of retirement of 42 sixty so ending balance of six sixty taxes paid of about forty two thousand if we come down here to the very lowest ranked strategy so i went to number eleven it's number 101 ranked cumulative taxes 156 000 with an ending balance of 170.
so that's over a 500 000 or so change in an estimated ending balance and a hundred thousand plus in additional taxes paid what's cool about this software is it isolates everything else except your distribution strategy how much are you taking from the ira how much are you taking from the non-ira are you doing any roth conversions so being able to isolate everything else and just looking at those variables shows us very clearly that the tax planning and income planning component for this couple in this scenario john and jane is extremely important it's the difference isolating everything else between finishing with about a hundred and seventy thousand estimated or six hundred and sixty thousand so as you can see income planning tax planning play a very critical part in the overall retirement plan this software that we looked at over here this one is assuming what we call a conventional wisdom distribution strategy now this software is that's the software's weakness this does not do a great job tax planning but when we overlay the tax planning software with the financial planning software here when we get the 87 percent and we get it all done this gets it up to 90 95 96 99 a lot of times the big takeaway here is that retirement is not just about your investments it's about having a plan that looks at your investments and manages risk but also generating income tax planning and health care planning along with estate planning estate planning is very important if it matters to you what happens to your assets when you're gone so we always keep a link in the description if you want to reach out to us set a consultation have a phone call and see if this type of planning is appropriate for you it may not be appropriate for you you may not be a good fit for what we do and that's okay hopefully we still can provide value and help you become a great have a greater understanding of retirement but if you do want to talk to us there's a link below you can schedule an appointment and of course share this video with a friend or family member hit that subscribe button and thumbs up if you liked it and if you don't like it hit the thumbs down that's fine too and if you leave a comment we're gonna make an attempt to address those comments in one big video of course we can't respond to every single comment or provide personalized financial advice but feel free to comment below that helps you to know that there's engagement with this video and they'll help share it with others so they can learn as wellRead More
There'' s an emotional shift, there ' s a spiritual shift, there ' s a social change, and also certainly a physical change as well.Let ' s talk regarding each one for a minute. Now, I ' m not claiming you have to all of an unexpected placed some things in area that you never ever had before, like going to a health club every day.That ' s not a negative idea, but you put on ' t have to leap to that light rate action. The web link for that file, it ' s a PDF and it ' s your own for the download, is best beneath this video.You ' ll see the link right there below this video clip.
There'' s an emotional shift, there ' s a spiritual shift, there ' s a social change, and also certainly a physical change as well.Let ' s chat concerning each one for a minute. Now, I ' m not claiming you have to all of an unexpected placed some things in location that you never ever had before, like going to a gym every day.That ' s not a bad idea, but you wear ' t have to leap to that light speed step. Our work atmosphere additionally offered us a location it ' s to involve our minds, our psychological faculties, and in retirement, we have a lack of that, so we ' re going to have to look for things to maintain us psychologically engaged.Now, it may be additional study in our location of rate of interest in what our job was, or perhaps another area of rate of interest, perhaps an enthusiasm job of some kind. We ' re going to have to find methods to keep our mind going, and I ' m not simply talking about doing crossword problems. The web link for that document, it ' s a PDF and also it ' s your own for the download, is appropriate beneath this video.You ' ll see the web link right there beneath this video.
these 5 ideas took me twenty years to find out as an economic expert as well as make certain to see them all because I wear'' t know which ones are going to resonate with you I can show to you number 5 is my personal preferred yet leave in the comments what your favorite is alright allow'' s opt for a walk uh and the initial idea the very first tip uh that once again they didn'' t instruct us in university they didn'' t show us in high college as well as sadly life didn'' t teach me a lot of us these points we had to discover them on our own uh and that is this is not our parents retired life right we are healthier than our moms and dads were uh traveling is a fair bit much less expensive and easier today than it'' s ever been I ' ve been lucky in the last three or four years to be able to function from another location from 30 different nations and also I can tell you my smartphone had has made that experience so much easier locating a location to remain obtaining from the bus or the trains terminal or the flight terminal to where I'' m remaining locating the the location that I want to you understand the coffee shop I intend to most likely to or the gallery or the cathedral or you recognize whatever the vacationer location is it'' s a whole lot simpler with the smart device so uh this is not our parents retirement this is not uh kicking back enjoying television and angling I'' m not stating that all of our moms and dads did that yet the entire world is open to us particularly publish covid ideal is is travel is simpler it'' s less costly than ever so item leading is this is not our parents retirement if we looked at our parents as well as claimed ah I'' m uncertain I ' m that thrilled concerning retirement I believe the kind of retirement we can have is is is is truly amazing and actually interesting we need to do our homework to be ready for it uh both financially in addition to psychologically you recognize what does retirement resemble what are we enthusiastic concerning what are we delighted regarding exactly how are we going to invest the time yet if we do that research I think we have an actually fun-filled retired life to anticipate all right as well as number 2 is is specifically what I simply shared which is you know we need to do our homework and I I believe we have concerning a hundred hours worth of reflective job that if we do that I think we can uh seem like we'' re well prepared uh beyond the monetary elements for our return setting and afterwards additionally of training course the monetary facets are vital I would encourage you to utilize a fee only financial consultant have an expert strategy drawn up for you it doesn'' t have to be crazy costly however you put on'' t wish to believe that you ' re all right you'wish to know that you ' re alright you ' re we financial consultants can not offer you assurance however we can offer a lot of clearness just Google charge just financial advisor near you I maintain stating cost just economic expert due to the fact that they have a fiduciary responsibility to put your passion in advance of their own 100 of the moment and also that'' s actually crucial yet returning to number 2 doing our homework it'' s not simply the financial resources of it you understand it'' s what ' s your objective mosting likely to be a wonderful book to aid you consider your objective is a book called toughness toughness to toughness by Arthur Brooks what are you going to do with your time you'' re mosting likely to have a great deal of time in retirement and also what are the points that are actually important for you and just check out the collection of videos that that I have on YouTube I'' ve I ' ve covered this topic uh several times and other YouTubers have also so consider how you'' re going to invest your time I can share with you high degree after doing a great deal of reflective job and having actually led other individuals through it right I imply you simply can'' t help however likewise consider you know how does every one of this put on my scenario the 4 areas that I'' m incredibly ecstatic about during retired life is primary having time for connections I have a mom who'' s 87 years of ages lives a couple thousand miles away I was fortunate sufficient to be able to invest two weeks being a sort of her primary caregiver were my sis uh took place holiday finally it had been the pandemic since prior to the pandemic that she'' d had the ability to take a getaway so relationships as well as purchasing connections the time for that I'' m searching for or more as well as all for me all of these are gotten into concerning a four so there'' s 4 of these the second one uh is taking taking care of my wellness doing what I can to remain healthy due to the fact that uh retired life is mosting likely to be a hell of a whole lot even more enjoyable if I'' m healthy so uh a 4th of my time on health as well as after that I'' m a lifelong student I like discovering so discovering is is proceeding to find out proceeding to take training courses uh remaining to simply discover brand-new things I'' ve done lots of things I uh when I was much more youthful I was uh taking flying lessons as well as I'' ve in fact obtained the score that you need to benefit the airlines I taught myself exactly how to code this YouTube thing so remaining to discover is necessary to me and afterwards the fourth location is returning and also and for me that that suggests things such as this YouTube network right uh training and also mentoring as well as training and also sharing the expertise that I have uh with individuals that I believe it can aid so those are the four locations for me that'' s what ' s right for me it'doesn ' t'mean that it ' s right for you um allow ' s see and afterwards the the last one as for preparing your research is you recognize if you reside in the United States we have to think of what are we going to do for healthcare insurance coverage up until we'' re 65 and you understand there are individuals that can assist you keeping that the only financial experts can aid you with that said there'' s Experts that focus on this area yet there are options to that so yet do your research before you make the leap you intend to make sure you'' ve got that base covered okay number three uh the number three concept um right here that no one showed you regarding retired life uh and I suggested to it in the last thing which is wellness is more vital than wide range you recognize really truly do what you can we you understand we can'' t stop cancer we you know we can do what we can we can eat right we can exercise we can do all of those points uh as well as as well as ideally that will certainly help keep you healthy longer and also hopefully prevent any one of these terrifying illness that none of us want okay so just do what you can to remain healthy number number four is um you you don'' t need to fully retire right if you have a great deal of tension at job um if if you'' re all set for a modification of pace if you'' re close financially and you wish to make the jump you recognize there there are part-time jobs available there are side rushes available that you can do side organizations that you can begin uh so if you'' re close to retired life if you ' re like young boy I ' d truly like to retire quicker instead of later on it doesn ' t need to be uh All or Absolutely nothing there'' s other means to make income and also the concern is you know is is 50 free much better than zero percent cost-free on being retired you understand might you take a seasonal job as well as maybe just function 3 months out of the year I discussed in other videos when my youngsters were younger I utilized to educate a handful of weekends skiing uh at a local ski resort so my whole family members would secure free ski tickets however there are these seasonal work and is it better to be 50 complimentary 80 percent totally free and also job seasonally or function part-time job 20 hours a week in order to obtain health and wellness care benefits things like that so and there'' s no right or incorrect response it'' s just you know depends on um uh what'' s right for you fine number five as well as I'' ve got an Incentive one right here so wear'' t don ' t uh vanish after number five uh before we obtain to number 5 if'you ' re enjoying this video clip please give me a like uh the thumbs up it does assist the YouTube formula locate other individuals that ideally my network can aid number five um is it'' s all right to have a back-up plan you understand associated to um number 4 um you recognize possibly you think you have enough cash to retire or you wish to save uh a barrier as well as you'' re gon na work an extra 2 or 3 years to get this barrier uh as well as you know what having a little additional money having this cushion makes a great deal of sense however you reached be mindful due to the fact that one year can conveniently transform into 3 or four years um so perhaps you'' re in instead of having that barrier you have a back-up strategy where you'' re gon na have a part-time job you'' re mosting likely to have a you ' re mosting likely to create a side rush if you have to in order to give yourself that buffer if if you hop on the regrettable side of sequence of return danger which is when the market is adverse for very first pair years of of retired life or in the first couple of years of retired life since that'' s when your sum of cash is the greatest uh it'' s when you ' re most prone to negative returns and also as well as none of us know if if we'' re going to get struck with that or not yet maybe the buffer maybe the insurance policy if you will against that is a determination to work part-time or to produce a side hustle organization if you do get struck by that alright and after that the last item I desire to leave you with and also it'' s it ' s a claiming in my sector um you for many individuals they don'' t need even more cash they simply require a plan they require a tactical plan what are things that are essential to you what are those things mosting likely to set you back and afterwards how do you attain those as well as you understand I truly encourage you to connect to a fee just financial expert and say Below'' s my scenario can you aid me believe with am I am I shut to being able to retire are there points that I'' m not thinking of that might allow me to retire sooner instead than later on and also to find a fee only financial advisor simply Google one I maintain claiming cost just monetary consultant since they have a fiduciary commitment to you which'' s vital so I wish this video has been practical if you'' ve enjoyed this one I know you'' re mosting likely to enjoy this video up right here that talks regarding the typical income for retirees in America and this video down below that speak about five reasons to retire as soon as you can many thanks for watching bye bye
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