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Title:
Ernst & Young's retirement planning guide
Author:
Arnone, William J.
Edition:
Second edition.
Publication Information:
New York : John Wiley, 2001.
Physical Description:
x, 308 pages ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780471393764
Format :
Book

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Summary

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FROM THE AUTHORS OF AMERICA'S #1 TAX GUIDE

COMPLETELY REVISED AND UPDATED

Secure a Sound Retirement with the Most Trusted Name in Financial Planning

Now is the time to plan for the retirement of your dreams. But where do you start? There's no better resource than Ernst & Young's Retirement Planning Guide, Second Edition. Drawing on the experience of the nation's premier tax and financial planners, it gives you a set of tools to help you build your nest egg-whether your retirement is just around the corner or years away.

This practical guide highlights the key financial and personal issues you need to consider during your pre-retirement and retirement years, including essential information on the changing rules of the retirement game. From guidance on portfolio diversification and Social Security to 401(k) plans, IRAs, and Keoghs, Ernst & Young's Retirement Planning Guide, Second Edition provides the insight and assistance you need to plan for a financially secure future.

The latest financial instruments for retirement savings Wealth-building techniques to help you retire early Unique retirement issues facing executives, the self-employed, women, and non-traditional families Worksheets, tips, and action items, as well as additional resources, including Web sites Strategies to overcome adverse financial events including personal disability Practical ideas and easy-to-understand charts and tables

Learn about Ernst & Young's personal financial counseling services and solutions at www.ey.com/pfc

www.wileyfinance.com


Author Notes

ERNST & YOUNG LLP is one of the nation's leading professional services firms. Its personal financial counseling practice, voted number one in the country by the readers of Worth magazine (September 2000), specializes in tailoring financial strategies for people at all income levels. The firm is the author of the bestselling Ernst & Young Tax Guide, The Ernst & Young Tax Saver's Guide, Ernst & Young's Financial Planning for Women, Ernst & Young's Personal Financial Planning Guide, Second Edition, and a wide array of books on business and financial management.


Table of Contents

About the Authorsp. v
Acknowledgmentsp. viii
Introductionp. ix
1 Wake-Up Callp. 1
2 Will You Have Enough to Retire?p. 11
3 Spendingp. 37
4 Investingp. 47
5 Lifestylep. 75
6 Tax-Deferred Savings Plans for Retirementp. 83
7 Tax and Plan Distribution Issuesp. 97
8 Social Security Issuesp. 115
9 Insurance Issuesp. 125
10 Personal and Transitional Issuesp. 145
11 Spending in Retirementp. 169
12 Investing in Retirementp. 183
13 Alternative Retirement Scenarios and Postretirement Opportunitiesp. 203
14 Retirement Issues Affecting Executivesp. 211
15 Retirement Issues Affecting the Self-Employedp. 219
16 Retirement Issues Affecting Womenp. 231
17 Retirement Issues Affecting Nontraditional Familiesp. 245
18 Retirement and Technologyp. 257
19 Health Costs and Care in Retirementp. 265
Appendix I Taxation of Qualified Retirement Plan Distributionsp. 279
Appendix II Long-Term Care Insurancep. 293
Appendix III The Ten Standard Medigap Plansp. 298
Indexp. 301