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Tina Di Vito

Classification Codes : F8

Language : ENG

Publication Information : Wiley

Publish Year:2011

I  S  B  N :9781118076095

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Retirement planning isn't something that happens at a specific point in time or at a specific age - we are all affecting our retirement plans every day with every decision we make or don't make. Canadians are living longer, and the average retiree in the future may have as much as 30 years of retirement to plan for, and there are many simple things that we do or don't do that will impact our eventual retirement life. ? 52 Ways to Wreck Your Retirement identifies 52 things we do that could wreck our retirement, explains why it could wreck your retirement and provides the strategy to correct the mistake - or better, stop it before it happens. Each chapter ends with a short "to-do" list of items that are actionable and practical. In some cases you need to take action, in other cases you may need to start thinking about things differently. These short bites of information are logically ordered and filled with real-life examples, organized under several key areas of the planning process, including: Starting to Plan for Retirement Mistakes around Investing Mistakes around Debt Saving for Retirement Pensions Living in Retirement Spending in Retirement New Realities about Retirement ? This isn't a heavy tome about Tax Efficient Investing or Diversification, it's not a parable or a journey for the reader to follow. It's not a feel-good book about how wonderful retirement will be or an alarming, nightmare-inducing fear-mongering book about dying broke, nor is it a get-rich-late-retirement solution.