Getting Started in A Financially Secure Retirement
PRE- AND POST-RETIREMENT PLANNING THAT MAKES SENSE
GETTING STARTED IN A FINANCIALLY SECURE RETIREMENT
If you want to make the most of your retirement years, you have to seriously think about the retirement lifestyle you want and the path that will get you there. In order to do this, you need reliable retirement information that will allow you to properly chart your course. Nobody knows this better than author Henry Hebeler, who retired from the corporate world more than fifteen years ago--and quickly discovered that much of the retirement planning advice available wasn't helping people accomplish their goals.
Now, with Getting Started in a Financially Secure Retirement, Hebeler shares his experience in this field with you and reveals what it really takes to achieve the retirement you want. Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Getting Started in a Financially Secure Retirement dismisses the assumptions that many popular retirement planning methods make and addresses some of today's most important retirement issues, including everything from planning with realistic economic inputs to neglected subjects such as replacement budgeting, reverse dollar cost averaging, and the need for resiliency when encountering surprise events.
Filled with in-depth insights, practical advice, and helpful retirement planning tools, Getting Started in a Financially Secure Retirement will allow you to apply Hebeler's proven principles to your own specific situation--whether you're already retired or still working--and make more informed financial decisions as you plan for the years ahead.
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Chapter 1 Planning
Chapter 2 Be Aware of the Environment
Chapter 3 PreRetirement Planning
Chapter 4 Final Commitment to Retire
Chapter 5 PostRetirement Planning
Chapter 6 Implementing Your Plan
Chapter 7 Investing the Simple Way
Chapter 8 More Investment Involvement
Appendix A PreRetirement Worksheet
Appendix B Age to Start Social Security
Appendix C PostRetirement Worksheet
Appendix D Analyze Investment Performance
Appendix E PreRetirement Assumptions
Appendix F PostRetirement Assumptions
Appendix G Rebalancing Worksheet
Appendix H Replacement Reserve Worksheet
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