What If Boomers Can't Retire?: How to Build Real Security, Not Phantom Wealth

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2002 - Business & Economics - 259 pages
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Three trends are on a collision course: an aging population, the use of stocks to create paper wealth, and baby boomers' plans to use that wealth to retire. This book explains the hazards of relying on the stock market and offers balanced advice on how boomers can meet their retirement needs.

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What if boomers can't retire?: how to build real security, not phantom wealth

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Parker, who has worked for the Department of Commerce and the Executive Office of the President, focuses on retirement plans and investing in stocks to solve the ongoing Social Security problem. He ... Read full review

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Parker has more than 45 years experience in finance and government. He lives in Washington, DC.

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