12 Ways to Retire on Less (inbunden)
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12 Ways to Retire on Less (inbunden)

12 Ways to Retire on Less

Planning an Affordable Future

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Learn how to save and prepare for retirement no matter your age or your income. 12 Ways to Retire on Less offers a roadmap for anyone seeking financial security and peace of mind for their retirement years ahead, regardless of savings or income in the present moment. In a time when fewer retirees have the kind of pension many of their parents had, those looking to retire can be especially vulnerable. But here, the author outlines those steps people can take to ensure their security and enjoy those activities they look forward to in the future. Offering case studies and actionable steps in the form of bullet points, questions and lists, the book focuses on the importance of planning and analyzing one's total financial picture in the context of goals, hopes, and dreams.
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Harriet Edleson is an expert on baby boomer retirement strategies. She has written the Retiring feature for The New York Times and the Where We Live feature for The Washington Post. A former staff writer/editor/producer for AARP and contributing writer for Kiplinger's Retirement Report, she began her writing career at Gannett Westchester (NY) Newspapers and the Houston Chronicle. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland.


I. Not Your Parents' Retirement: Why Yours Will Be Different
II. Evaluating Your Resources: Creating a Budget
III. Reframing Your Golden Years as Adventure: What Do You Really Want to Do?
IV. Funding Your Retirement Dream: Analyzing the Cost
V. Working as Long as You Can
VI. When to Claim Social Security: Maximizing Your Monthly Check
VII. Aging in Place or Not: Housemates, Roommates and More
VIII. Using Your Home to Fund Your Retirement Dream
IX. Housing Options Other Than Your Long-Term Home
X. Choosing Your Dream Location: Where to Live
XI. How You'll Get Around: In Case You Can't Drive
XII. Exploring the World: Deciding Where to Go and How to Pay for It
Appendix: Vanguard Worksheet
Appendix: Resources
About the Author