Planning for retirement is often a stressful process, but these brands are working to make it easier through outreach and planning tools

Retirement is the time to finally spend all of those hard-earned savings on seeing the world and living freely. The catch, of course, is that those savings have to exist in the first place. To take out the stress of planning for retirement, brands are now encouraging preparedness with services that empower Baby Boomers to be financially secure in their older years.

Alliance of Lifetime Income 
Financial consumer education nonprofit Alliance of Lifetime Income promoted better financial management for retirement by sponsoring a Rolling Stones concert, offering pre-show experiences and spreading awareness to a fan base made up largely of Baby Boomers in the middle of planning for retirement.

Kindur
Kindur is a retirement financial management platform designed with increased flexibility, transparency, and accessibility. Users can get an assessment of their retirement situations, plan their budgets, learn the best time to collect Social Security and consolidate their savings portfolios.

Blueprint Income
Fintech startup Blueprint Income provides a simplified plan to guarantee savings for life. The startup encourages retirees to diversify their retirement plans based on investments, 401Ks and IRAs. They also provide a monthly income quote, doing the heavy lifting for retirees.

Evergreen Cooperatives
Evergreen Cooperatives grants its expertise to local Baby Boomer entrepreneurs, acquiring and transitioning their traditional business models into cooperatives to help them seamlessly pass on the ownership of their businesses after retirement and boost economic opportunities for employees.


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Retirement is the time to finally spend all of those hard-earned savings on seeing the world and living freely. The catch, of course, is that those savings have to exist in the first place. To take out the stress of planning for retirement, brands are now encouraging preparedness with services that empower Baby Boomers to be financially secure in their older years.

Alliance of Lifetime Income  Financial consumer education nonprofit Alliance of Lifetime Income promoted better financial management for retirement by sponsoring a Rolling Stones concert, offering pre-show experiences and spreading awareness to a fan base made up largely of Baby Boomers in the middle of planning for retirement.