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Retirement Reality Check

How to Spend Your Money and Still Leave an Amazing Legacy

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A groundbreaking new retirement strategy to maximize enjoyment of family, friends, and travel, while still leaving a significant legacy for your favorite charitable cause or hobby. From the host of the popular Financial Quarterback radio program. Josh Jalinski, host of the popular Financial Quarterback radio program, challenges fifty years of conventional retirement planning with fresh strategies tailored to today and tomorrow, such as the following: The old warhorse 401(k) is great but nowhere near enough. It's okay to spend some of your IRA money before you are 70 1/2. You can spend a lot more than 4 percent a year of your savings when you retire. Don't shun annuities and whole life insurance policies. Use them cleverly. Retirement Reality Check shows you how to maximize what you can spend while still leaving significant resources to others. And isn't that the point Retirement should be a time to enjoy family, friends, travel, and support your favorite charitable cause or hobby, without worrying about your financial security. In this practical new book, Jalinski guides you through his proven system for planning a secure retirement that lets you enjoy your money, including Tax-saving strategies to maximize the amount of money you can spend from your savings. Understanding the right investment mix, depending on your individual circumstances. How saving cash and different life insurance options help you weather market volatility and ensure you can pass wealth on to family members or charitable organizations.

Product code: 9781400212149

ISBN 9781400212149
Publisher HarperCollins Focus
No. Of Pages 224
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H229xW152xS16
How many of us follow the same advice our grandparents followed: contribute whatever we can to our 401(k) and hope it's enough when the time comes to retire?