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Your last 5 years : making the transition from work to retirement

by Scott Stratton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615207944, Paperback)

Your Last Five Years is the roadmap to navigate your transition from work to retirement. Touching on every aspect of the financial requirements of retirement from stocks and bonds to Social Security and Medicare Supplements Scott Stratton, CFP®, offers practical and comprehensive solutions to enable you get off the treadmill of work and on with your dreams and the rest of your life.
Read this book if you:
Are age 50 or older and want to retire in five years;
Have dreams of starting a new business, career, or lifestyle;
Want to learn how to live off your investments;
Worry that you could outlive your money;
Are on the doorstep of retirement and wonder if you have everything covered;
Want to learn your finish line, the place where you can afford to quit your current job.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 20 Jul 2015 16:09:20 -0400)

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