Baby Boomer Retirement: Sixty-Five Simple Ways to Protect Your Future

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There are going to be two groups of baby boomers at retirement age - those who prepared and those who should have. The 77 million baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 need to start planning for retirement now. Baby Boomer Retirement is a one-stop resource for busy boomers who want to take control of their financial lives and protect their children, their parents and their financial future.

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Overview

There are going to be two groups of baby boomers at retirement age - those who prepared and those who should have. The 77 million baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 need to start planning for retirement now. Baby Boomer Retirement is a one-stop resource for busy boomers who want to take control of their financial lives and protect their children, their parents and their financial future.

For baby boomers entering the age when they need to start planning for retirement, this reliable guide offers concrete advice on dealing with all the hefty challenges of their financial lives. It explains all the issues, pitfalls, secrets, and surprises boomers must anticipate to move knowledgeably toward a safe financial future.

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Loosely following the popular "50-simple-things-you-can-do" format, Silver (A Parent's Guide to Wills and Estates, Adams-Hall, 1992) has written 65 brief chapters on financial planning for the baby boomer generation. Although he focuses on retirement, Silver also discusses other topics important to boomers: paying for a child's college education and planning for an aging parent's financial and medical well-being. He briefly covers a great number of other topics, including social security, annuities, taxes, marriage, trusts, and estates. Unfortunately, he jumps from topic to topic in each chapter, making this a difficult source to use. Also, lay readers may have difficulty understanding the text since it uses few graphs and charts. Recommended with reservations; a better purchase in a similar style would be Daniel Kehrer's Kiplinger's Twelve Steps to a Worry-Free Retirement (Kiplinger Bks., 1993).-Joel Jones Jefferson Cty. P.L. System, Arvada, Col.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780944708651
  • Publisher: Adams-Hall Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/15/1994
  • Pages: 208

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Building Your Nest Egg 9
Improving the Quality of Your Life 79
Making the Kids and Step-Kids Wealthy and Wise 99
Tying or Retying the Knot 123
More Ways to Protect the Nest Egg 133
Moving to Greener Pastures 141
Nursing Home News 149
Looking Out For Your Parents 159
Insuring Your Retirement 171
Taking Care of Business 187
Making Money From Your Paperwork 193
Examples of Social Security retirement, disability and survivors benefits 201
Great Way to Search the Internet 203
Software and Internet Sites of interest 204
Books Worth Considering 206
Index 207
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