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The Year Before You Retire: Learn the 5 Easy Steps to Accelerate Your Journey to Retirement & Finally Live a Life of Freedom by Sofia Martinez
Accelerate Your Journey to Retirement & Live a Life of Freedom!
For a lot of people, retirement planning can be a daunting task. In fact, a majority of the workforce don't even think about preparing for the life when they can no longer work. They don't even plan on building their retirement income through retirement investing. But unlike these people, you can pursue your dreams and realize the lifestyle that you've always wanted. This book will provide you some important concepts about wealth management so that you can ensure a successful life after retirement. It can help you avoid some regrettable circumstances by sharing with you some success secrets to an enjoyable retirement.
In this book, you'll learn about the importance of having an estate plan. A lot of people skip this step because they don't realize how important it is. One thing to keep in mind: If you don't make an estate plan, the state will administer your estate for you. You or your heirs have no control on how your assets will be distributed because the state will follow its law on estate management. You'll also learn about the various income sources of a retiree. By knowing these sources, you can now decide where you'll get the money when you retire. But of course, you don't get money for free. This is the reason why you have your contributions to your 401K, IRA and other retirement accounts while you're still employed.
Furthermore, you'll learn that you have to keep your spending habits in check because you no longer have work when you retire. You'll only rely on the money from your investment and savings account. If you don't religiously fund your retirement investments, you won't have a lot of money in your retirement. Thus, it is imperative that you trim down your retirement expenses by budgeting wisely.
You also need to buy insurance coverage. You may not need life insurance but it is important that you buy Medicare coverage and even long-term care insurance. You only need life insurance if you weren't able to get out of debt before you retire and you don't want to burden your heirs with paying for your loans and mortgages. In addition, you may need life insurance if you want to have money for your funeral expenses.
Lastly, you have to keep your excess money invested. If you maintain an investment portfolio to fund your retirement, you don't have to withdraw everything at once. You can make gradual withdrawals so that the rest of your money can still earn more money. This book offers some advices on how to make withdrawals and keep the rest invested.
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