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A detailed guide for avoiding the pitfalls of retirement funding
In Stop the Retirement Rip-Off, author David Loeper provides the necessary tools for investors to take action and make the most of their retirement plans. It offers a road map for employees to understand the fees and costs associated with their plans; document the excesses in a presentation to management; then organize themselves to protest and, if necessary, bring the documentation to the Labor Department in a complaint.
Written in a straightforward and accessible style, this book is filled with sensible strategies for making the most of retirement funds and putting future retirees back on the right financial track.
- Filled with strategies that can help employees stand up and secure their financial future
- Addresses how to make the most of your money, and your life, after fixing your retirement plan
- Outlines a practical approach to understanding your organization's retirement plan and overcoming its potential inefficiencies
This important book contains the much-needed information that employees need to plan for retirement and ensure a secure financial future.
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About the Author
Table of ContentsPreface xi
Introduction Make the Most of Your Life! 1
Chapter 1 Why Fees Matter—The Coming "Retirement Plan Sticker Shock" 11
Chapter 2 Types of Expenses Dragging Down Your Retirement Funds 25
Chapter 3 The Price to Your Lifestyle of Needless Expenses 39
Chapter 4 Complaining Without Sounding Like a Complainer 55
Chapter 5 Rallying Your Troops—Just One Coworker Can Help 63
Chapter 6 What Happens If My Employer Ignores Us? 69
Chapter 7 Now That My Retirement Plan Is Fixed, How Can I Make the Most of My Life? 79
Chapter 8 Resources, Investment Selection, Asset Allocation, Tools, and Advice 91
Chapter 9 How Much is That Guarantee in the Window? 121
Chapter 10 Hidden Expenses in Government Union and Some 403(b) Plans 131
Chapter 11 Summary 137
Appendix A Lifestyle Prices of Excessive Retirement Plan Expenses 139
Appendix B ABC Plan-401(k) Plan Fee Disclosure Form 205
About the Author 217