Kiplinger's Retire Worry-free
Kiplinger Books, 1998 - Business & Economics - 262 pages
The average person can expective to live about 20 years after retiring. The experts at "Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine" explain how readers of all ages can first determine how much money they'll need and then how to fill the gap between that amount and what they'll get from social security and pensions. Worksheets.
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Estimate How Much Youll Need
Manage Your Spending and Debts
Size Up Your Retirement Plan
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