Anxiety about retirement finances is running high for anyone approaching the end of their working life, made all the more urgent by a perfect storm of jarring recent events and uncertain economic conditions. Historically low interest rates and resulting lower returns on investments, significant changes to the Canada Pension Plan in 2012 that will affect those 60-65 in particular, and government debt increasing just when demand for medical care will begin skyrocketing-all point to tough times ahead for retirees. How can retirees afford to retire, let alone enjoy their retirement, in years to come?
Your Retirement Income Blueprint offers proven strategies that show you how to:
Your Retirement Income Blueprint was written with boomers in mind, because boomers are increasingly aware of the importance of retirement income planning, but they can't find the knowledge and expertise they need, even among professional financial planners. Covering topics from consolidating your assets to creating sustainable income, this book is the foundation for making the most out of what you have taken a lifetime to save.
Full of wisdom, expertise and excellent advice. A must read for any Canadian who is near, or in, retirement !Published 3 months ago by Ingrio
Best book I have seen yet on how to organize your retirement income stream, as opposed to how to invest to accumulate your retirement nest-egg.Published 11 months ago by Michael Dean
There was very little information in the book that wouldn't be just plain common sense to most everyone. Not good value for the moneyPublished 14 months ago by Les Ashdown
its exactly what I needed for this point in my life. Very sound strategy and allows me to understand fully the plan my advisor and I are developing.Published 19 months ago by brian h swanson
The title says it all. The book is a complete overview of the complex issues everyone will face in the WITHDRAWAL years as opposed to the ACCUMULATION years of personal finance. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kim Elhatton
Any person coming up to retirement should read this book and be aware of it's contents. It's extremely well written, concise, factual, easy to read and understand.Published 23 months ago by Michael Carpenter