FIND OUT WHERE YOUR NEW YORK STATE PENSION CURRENTLY STANDS AND IF IT’S ON TRACK TO SUPPORT AND PROTECT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
HOW IT WORKS
1. INPUT YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION
Start by inputting your contact information in the form below.
2. CHOOSE HOW YOU WANT TO COMPLETE THE PENSION ESTIMATE PROCESS
There are 2 options for how to start the NYS Pension Estimate process. Select the one you would like to proceed with.
3. RECEIVE YOUR PENSION ESTIMATE REPORT
In order to ensure you get a quality estimate, you will receive your pension estimate in 1 business day.
TAKE THE FIRST STEP
(Step 1 of 3)
THE VALUE OF GETTING A NYS PENSION ESTIMATE REPORT
There is a good chance that your NYS Pension is the most valuable retirement asset that you have. NYS pensions are formula driven and guaranteed by NYS whereas 401(k)s, 403(b)s and other qualified retirement plans are market driven based on the underlying investments and contributions of the employee.
Although the pension is likely the most valuable retirement asset you have, it is interesting how little time is spent ensuring that you maximize it. It is not uncommon to look at your investment statements on a regular basis: quarterly and annual reviews are quite common. With pensions however, many employees wait until within about 6 months of retirement to get their estimates. Waiting this long leaves little room for planning and maximization. We believe that your pension should be understood and planned for with at least as much care as your investment accounts. After all, if it is your most valuable retirement asset, wouldn’t it make sense to know all of your options for getting the most out of it?
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Pension Max does not provide tax, legal or financial advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or financial advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and financial advisors before engaging in any transaction.