Trusted financial expert, seminar leader, and senior consumer advocate Orman goes beyond the usual retirement primer to let real people tell their stories of how naivete, failure to act, misinformation, and avoidance devastated their lifestyle, and offers clear and simple guidelines to help retirees make the right choices. Includes charts, graphs ...
Trusted financial expert, seminar leader, and senior consumer advocate Orman goes beyond the usual retirement primer to let real people tell their stories of how naivete, failure to act, misinformation, and avoidance devastated their lifestyle, and offers clear and simple guidelines to help retirees make the right choices. Includes charts, graphs and worksheets.
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Publishers Weekly, 1995-01-09 This hard-nosed, pull-no-punches money guide lays out what to do on the way to retirement in seven crucial financial transitions of a lifetime. The author explains, in understandable language, vital aspects, wrinkles and angles that many people will have never heard of. Citing harrowing situations that many have unexpectedly encountered upon early retirementæloss of a spouse, long-term illness, investment collapse or a poorly prepared estate planæCalifornia-based certified financial planner Orman analyzes dismayingly complicated IRS tax rulings, decisions about trusts vs. wills, long-term health-care insurance policies, powers-of-attorney and the effects of unexpected death involving former spouses and their children. Particularly informative is a section on withholding costly life-support procedures in cases of hopeless injury or terminal illness. In closing, Orman tenders cheerful advice on making moneyæby saving it. (Feb.)
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