Failure Is Not an Option: Creating Certainty In the Uncertainty of Retirement

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Retirement today has changed, moving away from the traditional patterns of being retired from in the past. Retirees, too, have changed, with the majority of the retired population being part of the Baby Boomer generation. From the first coining of that term, this generation has been known not only from its much larger number, but also from its response to many of the changing conditions of the world they grew up in, and continue to experience today.

Times may change, but in many aspects, some things will always stay the same. So, too, in retirement, one’s own priorities must be a factor in planning financial concerns. With personal stories from his experiences illustrating the concepts of the financial advice shared, Rosell approaches essential retirement information in a personal way that inputs a sincere human element that separates this financial advice book from the standard confusing jargon-packed books with advice indecipherable to the average reader without financial business experience.With information on both the building up to retirement and the less-often shared information on how to budget the disbursements of lifelong savings and investments in retirement years, Rosell offers security in our world of uncertainty.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 212 pages
Publisher Incubation Press
Publish Date 2013-Nov-01
ISBN 9780989388108 Buy this Book
Issue February 2014
Category Self-Help


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