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Your Complete Guide to a Successful & Secure Retirement

Narrated by: Kevin Meyer
Length: 11 hrs and 15 mins
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This is your one-stop, definitive resource as you prepare for a secure and comfortable retirement.

Investment and personal finance experts Larry Swedroe and Kevin Grogan present uniquely comprehensive coverage of every important aspect you need to think about as you approach retirement, including: Social Security, Medicare, investment planning strategy, portfolio maintenance, preparing your heirs, retirement issues faced by women, the threat of elder financial abuse, going beyond financials to think about your happiness, and much more.

These topics are explained with the help of specialists in each subject. And everything is based on the “science of investing” - evidenced with studies from peer-reviewed journals. Overall, this adds up to a complete retirement guide, packed with the latest and best knowledge. Don’t enter your retirement without it. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 

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  • 05-09-19

Some good advice; Lots of Liberal Drivel

Decent in the financial fundamentals, but goes awry with too much socialist-leaning editorializing on "systemic issues" that need to be "fixed," instead of acknowledging that the system in place was created by a democracy (meaning a majority of people have chosen/endorsed it) and stressing that people need to take responsibility and ownership for the impacts their choices have on their retirement preparedness. Choosing to ignore the realities of the way things are and expecting others (who worked hard and made the sacrifices) to pick up your slack and bail you out seems like bad advice. For a more logical, centrist view, give Basic Economics, Fifth Edition by Thomas Sowell a try.