Although AT&T employees are provided a pension, the ability to retire on your terms depends greatly on the health of your 401(k). The AT&T 401(k) plan allows you to grow your savings for retirement. Unlike the pension, however, you do all the legwork.
Retirement is about using your accumulated wealth to live comfortably on your own terms. At least, this is how retirement is supposed to work. Unfortunately, many people find their financial futures hindered by debt. Retiring from AT&T is a great accomplishment, one you don’t want clouded by owing your money or time to someone else.
A common question we’re asked: How can I make sure my spouse is financially provided for? In this article we take a closer look at the AT&T Survivor Benefit options.
With a new year comes new decisions. As an AT&T employee that means making new choices regarding your AT&T benefits. Of course, what you need to do depends on where you are.
If you’re on the fence of about retiring from AT&T sooner rather than later, the latest interest rate change may impact your decision.
There are many different moving parts to AT&T’s employee benefits. After 30+ years working AT&T employees and retirees, we know that it can be challenging to keep track of all your options. A good example is AT&T’s employee stock purchase and cash deferral plans.
Are you an AT&T employee who’s suddenly thinking about retiring earlier than originally planned? Well, then it’s time to do some planning.
Picture this scenario: You’re an AT&T employee who is about to retire. Before you can walk out the door one last time, however, you must choose which AT&T pension benefit is right for you. Either a monthly pension, lump-sum pension, or a combination of the two depending upon your classification (management or union).
Whether insured or not, some of the biggest recurring expenses throughout your life are health care costs. Some AT&T employees can get an extra leg up on expected and unexpected medical costs with a health savings account (HSA).
During our 30+ years helping AT&T employees retire successfully, everyone has come to us feeling excited to start the planning process. But some have been surprised to find out our recommendations differ from what they heard elsewhere.