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The 250 Retirement Questions Everyone Should Ask : An Interactive Checklist To Assure That You Retire In $tyle (2010)
(eBook - OverDrive)


Published: Iola : F+W Media, Inc., 2010
Description:  1 online resource
ISBN/ISSN: 9781440516405,
Language:  English


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OverDrive subjects: Business, Finance, Nonfiction

Plan well, and you will truly enjoy retirement. Plan poorly, and you could suffer a financial disaster. The 250 Retirement Questions Everyone Should Ask makes sure your retirement is enjoyable and worry-free. Filled with specific tips and abundant resources, this book is the quick-and-easy answer to your retirement concerns, including: How much money do you really need to retire? Is it better to sell your existing home and buy a cheaper one when retiring? How can you keep taxes from devouring your estate? What kinds of insurance do you need? What are your best investment options during retirement?The 250 Retirement Questions Everyone Should Ask is all you need to make sure you plan correctly-and enjoy retirement!

Requires Adobe Digital Editions, Amazon Kindle

Format: Adobe EPUB eBook, Kindle Book

Mode of access: World Wide Web

File size: 1036 KB

In English

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