Your Money after the Big 5-0: Wealth for the Second Half of Life - eBook
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Around 50, you probably find your thoughts turning increasingly toward retirement. Two of today's financial greats combine their professional insight in a resource that will help make your planning successful regardless of how much or how little you've saved to this point. You'll find solid answers to a number of topics common to midlife to ensure your family is provided for now and in the future.
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Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2007
With combined career sales of twelve million books, the two most revered and trusted names in Christian finance—Ron Blue and the late Larry Burkett—offer the ultimate book about how to build a solid financial future as retirement approaches.Your Money after the Big 5-0 equips readers with the knowledge, financial tools, and wisdom needed to ensure their fiscal well-being in the second half of life. By following Burkett and Blue’s definitive direction, we learn to build a portfolio that provides for our family, honors God, and better positions us to bless the generations that follow with a legacy of stewardship and resources.
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slomo54Brownwood, TXAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5This book is reassuring.October 16, 2011slomo54Brownwood, TXAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I needed reassurance that our retirement plans and ideas were okay and some redirection to improve them before we step into the retirement side of our lives. This book is an extremely good resource, full of Godly direction and basic common sense adjustments.
Gary Cox5 Stars Out Of 5January 26, 2008Gary CoxThis is an excellent book on finances. It gives very reasonable, yet Biblical based guidelines. It includes step to step guidelines for setting up your finances, investments, with some estate planning. The book is general in nature and not the type book for selecting particular stocks or mutual funds. It is mostly top level suggestions for a low risk, low stress, method of saving for and using your money in retirement. It provides suggested resources for additional information on estate planning, wills, etc when the topic is too complex to cover in the book. Would recommend this book as a basis for finances and retirement planning for any age although most of the info is directed towards those reaching age 50. Would be a great book to read before making important long term financial decisions.
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