Retire On Your Terms

National Retirement Planning Week®

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National Retirement Planning Week® 2019, a national effort to help consumers focus on their financial needs in retirement, will run from April 8-12. The National Retirement Planning Coalition (NRPC), a group of prominent education, consumer advocacy and financial services organizations led by the Insured Retirement Institute (IRI), will support the movement with a number of coalition activities throughout the week.

The goal is to promote the importance of comprehensive retirement planning. Despite developing trends that have made planning for and funding retirement more difficult – it is still possible to “Retire On Your Terms” if comprehensive retirement plans are properly developed and managed. 

We encourage people to provide their support and take action during NRPW. Use the links below to let us know how you will be helping yourself and others reach a safe and dignified retirement. 



Events During NRPW



Monday, April 8, 2019

NRPW Media Kick-Off Call

IRI and the National Retirement Planning Coalition will kick off National Retirement Planning Week with a media conference call. IRI and others will share important information to highlight the importance of sound retirement planning. IRI also will unveil results of our annual Baby Boomer retirement research.


Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Financial Counseling & Planning Session 1

Financial advisors will meet with Capitol Hill staffers to help them with budgeting and setting goals, planning and achieving those goals,and managing and understanding them.



Thursday, April 11, 2019

Financial Counseling & Planning Session 2

Financial advisors will meet with Capitol Hill staffers to help them with budgeting and setting goals, planning and achieving those goals,and managing and understanding them.



Friday, April 12, 2019

Capitol Hill Panel Discussion

IRI and National Retirement Planning Coalition members will organize an informative panel discussion on the latest news on retirement security legislation in Congress.