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The 250 Retirement Questions Everyone Should Ask : An Interactive Checklist To Assure That You Retire In $tyle (2007)

Call Number 332.024/RYE,D

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Adult Nonfiction332.024/RYE,DAvailable
Adult Nonfiction332.024/RYE,DAvailable
Published: Avon, Mass. : Adams Media, c2008
Description:  vi, 186 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781598692105 (pbk.), 1598692100 (pbk.),
Language:  English

Includes index

Getting ready: Assessing the basics -- Becoming financially independent -- Avoiding loan traps -- Finding the best place to live -- Financing a home -- Evaluating your options: Checking your retirement account options -- Minimizing taxes -- Concerning social security -- Supplementing your retirement income: Getting invested -- Investing in mutual and exchange traded funds (EFTS) -- Investing in stocks and bonds -- Starting up a personal business -- Improving your quality of life: Finding great travel bargains -- Continuing your education -- Using your personal computer -- Taking care of your health -- Buying recreational property -- Putting it all together: Creating an estate plan -- Preparing your taxes -- Protecting yourself with insurance -- Finalizing your retirement plan -- Index of questions -- Appendix of web sites by subject Related Searches:
Retirement -- Planning -- United States
Retirement -- Economic aspects -- United States
Retirement income -- Planning -- United States
Added--20080102 anf

Additional Credits:
Bowers, Kori

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