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Retirement Savings Resources

A large resource for retirement savings information and advice is from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) and the SEC's Office of Investor Education and Advocacy. While there are many resources the SEC makes available, we have tried to optimize access to their information below. SEC Investor Alerts are focused on recent investment frauds and scams. SEC Investor Bulletins are focused on topical issues including recent Commission actions. The SEC Investor Publications section provides links to full-color printed versions of some of the SEC's most popular online materials. SEC Links & Resources include links to the SEC and other helpful resources.

The information provided below (directly and linked to other web pages) is not for the purpose of providing personal financial product or investment advice. The information and links provided below do not take into account your particular investment objectives, financial situation, or investment needs. You should assess whether the information provided is appropriate to your particular investment objectives, financial situation, and investment needs. You should do this before making an investment decision. You can either make this assessment yourself or seek the assistance of a financial or legal adviser. The information contained in this website and the informational links is not a recommendation to invest in any investments, securities, or financial products.

District 103 Documents

SEC Investor Alerts

SEC Investor Bulletins

SEC Investor Publications (PDFs)

  • Ask Questions - Questions You Should Ask About Your Invesments
    "Ask Questions." That's the best advice we can give you about how to invest wisely. We see too many investors who might have avoided trouble and losses if they had asked basic questions from the start.
  • Mutual Funds - A Guide for Investors
    Mutual Funds can offer the advantages of diversification and professional management. But, as with other investment choices, investing in mutual funds involves risk. In addition, fees and taxes can diminish a fund's returns. This brochure explains the basics of mutual fund investing - how mutual funds work, what factors to consider before investing, and how to avoid common pitfalls.
  • Saving and Investing - A Roadmap To Your Financial Security Through Saving and Investing
    Knowing how to secure your financial well-being is one of the most important things you'll ever need in life. You don't have to be a genius to do it. You just need to know a few basics, form a plan, and be ready to stick to it. No matter how much or little money you have, the important thing is to educate yourself about your opportunities.
  • Variable Annuities
    Variable Annuities have become a part of the retirement and investment plans of many Americans. Before you buy a variable annuity, you should know some of the basics - and be prepared to ask your insurance agent, broker, financial planner, or other financial professional lots of questions about whether a variable annuity is right for you.

SEC Links & Resources

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