The 5 Years Before You Retire: Retirement Planning When You Need It the Most

Emily Guy Birken (Author)
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Description

A comprehensive guide to planning your retirement before it's too late
Even though half of all Americans put money aside for retirement, it isn't until they reach their sixties that many realize that they haven't saved enough. With The Five Years Before You Retire, you'll hone in on what you need to do in the next five years to maximize your current savings and create a realistic plan for your future. This book guides you through each financial, medical, and familial decision, from taking advantage of the employer match your company offers for your 401k program to enrolling in Medicare to discussing housing options with your family. Covering every aspect of retirement planning, these straightforward strategies explain in detail how you can make the most of your last few years in the workforce and prepare for the future you've always wanted.

Whether you just started devising a plan or have been saving since your first job, The Five Years Before You Retire will show you what you need to do now to ensure that you live comfortably for years to come.

Product Details

Price: $17.98  $17.99
Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
Published Date: January 01, 2014
Pages: 239
Dimensions: 5.55 X 0.62 X 8.47 inches | 0.63 pounds
ISBN: 9781440569722

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About the Author

Emily Guy Birken is a finance writer who writes the "Live Like a Mensch" column for The Dollar Stretcher. She is also a contributor to Wise Bread, PT Money, Money Crashers, Yahoo! Finance and Business Insider, and many other personal finance sites. She edits and writes the blog for FinCon blog, an annual conference for financial bloggers. You can visit her at http: //sahmnambulist.blogspot.com.

Reviews

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"Lays out a road map that helps boomers plan for retirement." --Newsday

"Fantastic and incredibly comprehensive." --Rob Berger, Doughroller