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Title:
You can retire while you're still young enough to enjoy it
Author:
Abromovitz, Les.
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Publication Information:
Chicago, IL : Dearborn, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
xi, 204 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780793130177
Format :
Book

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Central Library HD7110.5.U6 A3 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks
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Summary

Summary

It's nice to dream about early retirement. We do it all the time. According to the seventh annual Retirement Confidence Survey, two-thirds of workers polled would like to retire before age 65. Only 27 percent have any idea how much money they will need to retire. Tired of watching your life fly by while you're at work? Imagine being able to take that job and shove it...and well before you're 65! People have a lot of excuses for not retiring early but it is possible if you follow the strategies Les Abromovitz shares in You Can Retire While You're Still Young Enough to Enjoy It. You can retire early or find a lifestyle where work isn't an activity to be dreaded. Learn what early retirement really means, and how to get there--by making the right investments, tapping into retirement funds early without depleting your nest egg, working less and enjoying more, and living the good life. Book jacket.


Author Notes

Frequently quoted by such national media as the New York Times and Bottom Line Personal, attorney Les Abromovitz knows finances. He is the author of the Family Insurance Handbook and was associate producer of Your Financial Future ... with Jonathan Pond. Les is the author of several books and has contributed to many national publications, including The National Business Employment Weekly. He is currently enjoying early retirement with his wife and works if it doesn't interfere with their beach time. They split their time between Boca Raton, Florida, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
1 Whose Life Is It Anyway?p. 1
2 Are You Sure You Want to Retire Early?p. 13
3 Working Out of Greed, Not Needp. 27
4 Laying the Groundwork for Early Retirementp. 39
5 Investing for Retirementp. 59
6 Retirement Savings Plansp. 87
7 Individual Retirement Accountsp. 105
8 Pensionsp. 117
9 Social Securityp. 131
10 Working Less and Enjoying It Morep. 137
11 Retiring at Home or Away from Homep. 145
12 Insurance Issues Affecting Early Retireesp. 169
13 How to Retire without Disowning Your Kidsp. 181
14 Deja Vu All Over Againp. 191
Indexp. 199

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