Nearing Retirement


Insights, tools and resources for those who are planning to retire in the next five to ten years, or have been investing for retirement 25+ years.

We understand that at this stage, you may be:

Looking for ways to ramp up your savings and pay down debt

Thinking about how you'll fund your post-retirement lifestyle

Nearing retirement age but don't have a full strategy in place

Insights & Guidance to Support Your Goals

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Plan for the Retirement Lifestyle You Want

Think about retirement as your longest vacation, and make sure you give it the attention and planning it deserves.

3:23 min video

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Planning for the Shift From Investing to Spending in Retirement

Whether retirement is a long way off or just around the corner, there are a few questions you'll want to ask yourself right now. The answers will help you plan for the transition from saving and investing to living off your retirement assets.

3:08 min video

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Understanding Social Security

As a popular source of retirement income for many, it’s important to know what your social security benefits are and how you can maximize them.

2:43 min video

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5 Questions to Consider as You Plan Your Retirement Income Strategy

Can your investments support your vision for retirement? These five questions can help you figure it out.

3 min read

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Help Protect Your Retirement Assets

Protecting your retirement assets from the rising cost of healthcare.

3 min read

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5 Key Considerations When Reviewing Your Current & Future Insurance Needs

Could you be doing more to protect your family and your future?

2 min read

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6 Ways to Help Improve Your Financial Outlook at Every Life Stage

What should you be thinking about today, at this stage of your life, to improve your financial outlook? Get ideas for your 20s through your 70s and beyond.

6 min read

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7 Tips to Help Maximize Your Social Security Benefits

Retirement can cost 70%-80% of your current income annually. A key source of funding for many is Social Security. Learn tips to make the most of your benefits.

2 min read

Additional Tools & Resources

Retirement Planning Milestones: A Timeline for Achievement

Know which birthdays are most important when it comes to planning for your retirement.
View Milestones »

Retirement Lifestyle Planner

See how different scenarios may impact the lifestyle you want to live in retirement.
Start planning

Debt &
Retirement Analyzer

Evaluate your debt to see the impact it may have on your retirement goals.
Analyze your debt

Letter of Instructions
to My Family

This is a difficult subject to think about, but it's necessary. Use this worksheet to help in making your final wishes known to your family.
View Family Organizer »

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Let us help you better understand the distribution options that are typically available in most plans and provide you with a recommendation that’s personalized to your retirement objectives. If you have IRAs, a 401(k),or other retirement plan accounts from former employers, you may have several options to consider. You should contact your employer’s plan administrator for information regarding the details specific to the plan. Investment choices and retirement payment options will differ based on the option you select, and other costs and expenses may differ. PNC Investments does not provide legal, tax, or accounting advice. Please consult your tax or legal advisor regarding any tax or other implications when making a decision regarding your retirement assets.


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