The Rule of 30: A Better Way to Save for Retirement

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Price
$26.95  $25.06
Publisher
ECW Press
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781770416178

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About the Author

Frederick Vettese is Canada's most visible actuary. His entire career has been focused on working within Canada's retirement income system. For 27 years, he was chief actuary of Morneau Shepell, a Canadian HR services firm with 6,000 employees and 24,000 clients. Vettese now spends most of his professional time speaking and writing about retirement issues. He has written over 100 articles and op-eds for the Globe and Mail and the National Post alone. He is the author of the #1 bestseller Retirement Income for Life, published by ECW Press. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Reviews
"Vettese's superpower is to look at personal finance from a new perspective. In The Rule of 30 he strikes again, offering up a new, empowering and action-oriented approach to retirement savings." -- Bruce Sellery, CEO, Credit Canada and Money Columnist, CBC Radio
"The Rule of 30 offers new ideas and timeless wisdom for retirement saving, conversationally delivered by the friendly retired actuary next door. This is a must-read for anyone wondering how they can possibly save enough for retirement." -- Ben Felix & Cameron Passmore, Hosts, The Rational Reminder Podcast
"Do you want to retire comfortably? Start planning and executing now. Fred's book, The Rule of 30, is a good blueprint to follow and reads like a story. Your future self will thank you." -- Robin R. Speziale, National Bestselling Author, Market Masters
"The Rule of 30 answers the question we've all been asking about expensive housing: How will young couples with big mortgages and daycare bills carve out room for retirement saving?" -- Rob Carrick, Personal Finance Columnist, The Globe and Mail
"An accessible read that offers a fresh perspective on saving and investing for retirement." -- Money We Have