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5 Stars Out Of 5
You Won't Regret Reading This One!!
May 22, 2014
Just Get This Book!! There is so much information in the pages and yet you will not get bored. I gave this book 5/5 stars. I liked the idea of the book and thought the author did an excellent job of showing the steps to take to be comfortable when you retire. This is not a boring or monotonous book! I found the author's writing style to be entertaining and informative. I would recommend this book to all women, no matter the age!
I would like to thank the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.
Mary Hunt has made this book so easy to read and understand! The chapters range from saving your money today and paying down your debt to investing for your future and everything in between. She keeps the chapters short and yet they are filled with great advice and tips that you can easily apply immediately!
We all should plan for our future and for some it is just frightening and can be overwhelming_ if that is you then please read Mary's book! You will be so thankful!
Mary Hunt always has great ideas for managing money. In each of her books, I find inspiration and motivation! In her latest book, "The Smart Woman's Guide to Retirement Planning" she shares what it takes to get control of one's finances with the later years in mind.
Her insight and friendly advice on different types of investments, ideas for savings, and her wonderful "you - can- do - it" attitude is just what we need in today's difficult economy.
Mary Hunt in her new book, "The Smart Woman's Guide To Planning For Retirement" published by Revell shows us How to Save for Your Future Today.
From the back cover: The knowledge and confidence you need to shape your futureâ€”today
What do you want to do when you retire? Travel? Pursue hobbies? Spend time with friends and family? If you want to turn those dreams into reality, you need a plan. If you're not sure where to start, you need personal financial expert Mary Hunt.
With her signature no-nonsense, energetic style, Mary clearly covers every aspect of retirement planning during every season of your life-all in language you can understand. Whether you're staring retirement in the face or you have decades of work ahead of you, Mary offers sound advice on everything from savings and investment to debt reduction and Social Security.
Let us face the truth. According to a 2012 survey, 92 percent of women of all ages in this country don't feel they're educated enough to reach their retirement savings goals. Not only is that a staggering statistic it is also frightening. It is time to provide a tool for women to use to plan for and manage retirement. Mary Hunt has done exactly that with "The Smart Woman's Guide To Planning For Retirement". In twenty chapters Ms. Hunt outlines the plans that we need to implement such as pay off debt, save an emergency fund, pay cash and not charge and then goes one step further. Chapter sixteen's title is "Popular Ways To Commit Financial Suicide". If you think you ever will want to retire and actually enjoy your retirement then you need to read this book. "The Smart Woman's Guide To Planning For Retirement" is a must have book. You might want to hold it in a special place on your shelf you might be referring to it again and again. This is also a great book to give as gifts to family and friends. They will think of you every time they put it to use. I recommend it highly.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Revell. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
"Available November 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group."
The Smart Woman's Guide to Planning for Retirement
October 25, 2013
Horseshoe Bend, AR
What does a woman want to do when she retires? Travel? Pursue hobbies? Spend time with friends and family? We all have dreams about what those days will be like. But when it comes to turning those dreams into reality, women's retirement confidence and know-how is low. According to a 2012 survey, 92 percent of women of all ages in this country don't feel they're educated enough to reach their retirement savings goals. For the woman who doesn't know where to start or would like a knowledgeable guide who speaks her language, financial expert Mary Hunt offers a comprehensive but approachable resource for saving and planning for retirement.
Whether she feels entitled to retire at age 65, hopes she'll be able to stop working someday, or is convinced she'll never be able to retire, every woman will find real help in these pages. With her signature no-nonsense, energetic style, Hunt assures women that it's only too late if they don't start now. She clearly covers every aspect of retirement planning during every season of a woman's life, giving women the confidence they need to shape their futures.
THE SMART WOMAN'S GUIDE TO PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT is a must read for all adult women, no matter what age they are. It outlines the basic plans that we're all familiar with, such as pay off debt, save an emergency fund, pay cash and not charge, but it goes one step further. THE SMART WOMAN'S GUIDE TO PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT lists places where you can get totally free checking if it isn't available at your bank. It explains differences in bank terminology. It tells how to save and how to set up sub-savings inside savings. It offers a lot of information about technology, banking, saving, and bill paying that I didn't know.
There are a lot more in the book. Some are common sense. Some are more aggressive tactics. She goes into detail so you, no matter what age you are, can start planning for your retirement. Relying on Social Security won't support youâ€”especially if what you are paying in is money you never see, thanks to the government powers-that-be. Your money needs to be in a high-interest, secure place, where it is safe from you spending it now.
Take control of your finances now. Start by picking up THE SMART WOMAN'S GUIDE TO PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT today and reading it cover-to-cover. Be sure to take notes - either in the book margins or in a notebook - of things you can start now, and keep the book for future reference. Highly recommended.