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How To Retire Happy: Everything You Need to Know about the 12 Most Important Decisions You Must Make before You Retire
     

How To Retire Happy: Everything You Need to Know about the 12 Most Important Decisions You Must Make before You Retire

by Stan Hinden
 

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Nearly 2 million Americans reach retirement age each year. Before anyone can begin to enjoy all the leisure time ahead, there are difficult decisions to be made about a host of crucial issues, such as Social Security, HMOs, insurance, and estate planning. Written by award-winning Washington Post financial reporter and syndicated columnist, Stan Hinden, How to Retire

Overview

Nearly 2 million Americans reach retirement age each year. Before anyone can begin to enjoy all the leisure time ahead, there are difficult decisions to be made about a host of crucial issues, such as Social Security, HMOs, insurance, and estate planning. Written by award-winning Washington Post financial reporter and syndicated columnist, Stan Hinden, How to Retire Happy arms anyone approaching retirement with easy-to-comprehend answers to all their complicated questions. How to Retire Happy:
• Provides practical advice and guidance on the 12 most complicated decisions to make before retiring
• Covers all the bases, from where to live to how to invest, from health insurance to taking money out of IRAs
• Goes beyond financial planning to offer practical advice on the key emotional and psychological issues surrounding retirement

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071379939
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
01/09/2001
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
1,238,203
File size:
849 KB

Meet the Author

STAN HINDEN writes a syndicated column, "Retirement Journal," in which he discusses the decisions, dilemmas, and challenges of retirement. The column has won honors from the American University School of Communications and the Investment Company Institute for "excellence in personal finance reporting." Before retiring, Stan spent 23 years at the Washington Post including a dozen years as a financial reporter and columnist.

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