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Retirement

Create future retirement income

Create future income

How deferred income annuities can help fill a gap in your retirement income.

Handling an old 401(k)

Weigh the pros and cons of your options before you make any moves.

Income strategies

How a mix of investments can help provide income and growth potential in retirement.

Tax-savvy withdrawals

How to plan your income withdrawal strategy with taxes in mind.

Saving for Retirement

Why choose stocks?

If you’re young and saving for retirement, not investing in stocks may be a risky move.

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Are you a saver or a spender?

How you manage money can help you choose which 401(k) or IRA may be right for you.

Getting Ready to Retire

Retirement countdown

Five key questions to ask yourself—around five years before retirement.

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12 rules of the road

Twelve steps that can help you stay on track to achieve your retirement income goals.

Living in Retirement

Protect retirement income

Five rules of thumb to help protect your savings and income—now and in the future.

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Annuity fee guide

Knowing your annuity needs is a key to getting a good value and the right one for you.

Ask Fidelity

Our retirement team answers top questions from customers.

Retirement Roadmap

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Next Steps

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Investing involves risk, including risk of loss.

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1. Guarantees are subject to the claims-paying ability of the issuing insurance company. This contract is irrevocable, has no cash surrender value, and no withdrawals are permitted prior to the income start date.