The simple strategies in "Recession-Proof Your Retirement Years" convert a very scary subject - retirement planning - to a program that is both easy to understand and implement. If you're worried and anxious about your retirement years, read and follow the methods outlined in this book, and you'll have the peace of mind to focus on what's really important for the rest of your life.
Looking for a retirement guidebook that gives sound advice with no axe to grind or sales to close? Look no further. Steve Vernon's "Recession-Proof Your Retirement Years" gives you an expert's background and knowledge in plain, simple-to-read English. Steve's positive, can-do approach is energizing. And who can resist his exercises and "Top-10" lists? This is a great starting point for anyone planning retirement, especially in these uncertain times.
Since 1987, there have been, there have been four economic downturns:
- The 1987 stock market crash
- The savings and loan crisis of the early 1990s
- The bursting of the tech bubble from 2000 to 2002
- The crash of 2008 (this is my name for it; eventually the historians will provide the appropriate label for this mess we're in)
Those of you with longer memories may also remember the stock market crash of 1974 -1975 and the high inflation of the late 1970s.
What have we learned from these events? Economic downturns and calamities happen—they're simply inevitable. And since you'll most likely be retired for 20 years or more, it would be wise to prepare for future crises, since one or more is bound to happen at some point in your retirement years.
This workshop and guidebook applies the lessons from prior downturns, and provides a systematic plan to help you survive future economic challenges and minimize the damage. This lets you focus on enjoying life and reaching your full potential in your retirement years.
Here’s the Table of Contents and the first pages of the introduction from the guidebook. Click to view PDF
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