Retiring Right: Planning for a Successful Retirement

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Square One Publishers, Inc., 2003 - Business & Economics - 387 pages
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This practical book on retirement planning answers important questions about savings and investment income, the Social Security system, and so much more. Each section covers a

particular area of concern, including lifestyle issues such as working, leisure, and housing; long-term retirement funding; day-to-day financial considerations; life and health insurance; and preparing for the inevitable through estate planning, wills, and trusts. Planning guides and worksheets are included to help you successfully apply retirement strategies to meet your individual needs.

 

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This book should be purchased by any library that has requests for information on retirement. It is very well written and covers the complete range of retirement information for the layperson ... Read full review

Contents

First Facts About Retirement and Planning
3
Pcurt LIFESTYLES
15
LONGTERM FUNDING FOR RETIREMENT
87
DAYTODAY FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS
159
Pcurtf INSURANCE
193
Estate Planning and Wills
243
Minimizing Estate and Gift Taxes
271
Trusts
279
Probate
285
Conclusion
305
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Lawrence J. Kaplan received his MA and PhD from Columbia University in New York City, and is Professor Emeritus of Economics at John Jay College of Criminal Justice CUNY. He is an authority in the field of financial management.

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