401(k) Success Stories...: Discover How People Invest the Easy Way
This book teaches readers the importance of planning for their retirement by contributing to their 401(k) plan. It tackles the barriers that prevent many from maximising their 401(k) opportunity: lack of understanding of their plan, lack of money (too many other financial responsibilities) and lack of time to save before retirement starts. Readers will purchase this book because of its ' how-to' approach, and examples of how everyday people overcame barriers to save wisely for retirement while meeting their other financial responsibilities. The author writes in a concise, upbeat, conversational manner. The book will appeal to reader turned off by personal finance books filled with technical jargon. A friendly robot appears throughout the book, demonstrating the 'do's and don'ts' of managing a 401(k). The illustrations, personal stories, and upbeat tone invite the reader to 'dive-in' and lean about a subject many workers ignore.
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