How to Retire Happy, Fourth Edition: The 12 Most Important Decisions You Must Make Before You Retire

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Date

January 1, 2013

Format

Mixed media product, 256 pages

ISBN

0071800697 / 9780071800693

$

Your Price

20.00



Overview


Main description

The Washington Post and New York Times Business Bestseller

"Everyone in the workforce today should read this book!"
--HORACE B. DEETS, FORMER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, AARP

"Want excellent insights on retirement planning from a professional who's actually experienced retirement himself? You'll get just that from Stan Hinden's book."
--STEVE VERNON, COLUMNIST, CBSMONEYWATCH.COM

"Provides the most important information you'll need before and during your retirement."
--MICHELLE SINGLETARY, THE WASHINGTON POST

Award-winning Washington Post retirement columnist Stan Hinden's bestselling How to Retire Happy, Fourth Edition, helps you make the right decisions to ensure a happy, healthful retirement. It delivers all the expert advice you need in an easy-to-understand step-by-step style. How to Retire Happy includes everything that has made previous editions the go-to guides for retirees and near-retirees, plus:

  • Brand-new material on health insurance and the prescription drug plan
  • The facts about Medicare Part A (hospital), Part B (tests, doctors, preventive care), and Part D (prescription drugs)
  • The author's personal experiences with the realities of long-term Alzheimer's care
  • Fully updated material on Social Security strategies
  • How to handle the financial realities of the post-meltdown economy
  • New resources you can turn to for extra advice


Author comments

Stan Hinden was a Washington Post financial reporter for 20 years. From 1996 to 2003 he wrote the Post's "Retirement Journal" column, for which he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Commentary in 1998. Currently he writes the "Social Security Mailbox" column for the AARP website www.aarp.org/Bulletin. He resides in the Washington, D.C., area. Visit him at www.StanHinden.com.





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