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The procrastinator's guide to financial security: how anyone over 40 can still build a strong portfolio--and retire comfortably

By: Teitelbaum, David F.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York Amacom American Management Association 2001Description: 306.ISBN: 9780814406212.Subject(s): Baby boom generation | Planning | Retirement income | Investments | FinanceDDC classification: 332.02401 Summary: "For everyone who put off saving, forgot to invest, or just can't believe they've hit middle age with no money in the bank, this book promotes a happy message: there's still time to take control of their financial security and build a comfortable retirement. And the book explains step by step how to do it, from setting up a financial plan to using IRAs and salary deferral programmes to practising smart investment strategies. Baby boomers are alarmingly underfunded for retirement - their average net worth is less than US$50,000. This book should save the day for latecomers to budgeting, saving and investing. The precarious state of company pension plans and social secutiry has made individual investing and financial planning an imperative and this book provides a crash course in the fundamentals of money management."
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Non-fiction 332.02401 TEI (Browse shelf) Available SIBMH-B-3736

"For everyone who put off saving, forgot to invest, or just can't believe they've hit middle age with no money in the bank, this book promotes a happy message: there's still time to take control of their financial security and build a comfortable retirement. And the book explains step by step how to do it, from setting up a financial plan to using IRAs and salary deferral programmes to practising smart investment strategies. Baby boomers are alarmingly underfunded for retirement - their average net worth is less than US$50,000. This book should save the day for latecomers to budgeting, saving and investing. The precarious state of company pension plans and social secutiry has made individual investing and financial planning an imperative and this book provides a crash course in the fundamentals of money management."

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