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How To Retire Happy : The 12 Most Important Decisions You Must Make Before You Retire (2010)
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Adult Nonfiction646.79/HINDEN,SDue 08-19-15
Published: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2010
Edition:  3rd ed., fully rev. and updated
Description:  xviii, 233 p. ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780071702478 (pbk.), 0071702474 (pbk.),
Language:  English


"All new information on Medigap and Social Security"--Cover

Decision 1. Am I ready to retire? -- Decision 2. Can I afford to retire? -- Decision 3. When should I apply for Social Security? -- Decision 4. How should I take my pension payments? -- Decision 5. What should I do with the money in my company savings plan? -- Decision 6. When do I have to take money out of my IRAs? -- Decision 7. How should I invest during retirement? -- Decision 8. What should I do about health insurance? -- Decision 9. What should I do to prepare for serious illness? -- Decision 10. Where do I want to live after I retire? -- Decision 11. How should I arrange my estate to save on taxes and avoid probate? -- Decision 12. How can I age successfully? Related Searches:
Retirement -- Planning -- United States
Retirement income -- United States
Retirement -- Economic aspects -- United States
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