This practical glossary compiles a list of over 80 most common accounting terms you’re likely to encounter.
Most Important Retirements Terms You Should Know
Are you approaching that golden age of retirement? If so, you’re likely starting to get a lot of things in the mail or in the office that is related to your retirement that includes jargon you may or may not be familiar with.
This practical glossary book compiles a list of over 80 most common retirement terms you’re likely to encounter.
Don’t let intimidating jargon keep you from planning and saving for retirement. Get familiar with some of the most common words you’ll encounter while financing your golden years.
Most Commonly Asked Retirement Questions
- When should I begin taking Social Security?
- How long will my money last?
- How much money do I need to retire?
- Should I buy an annuity?
- How much will I spend?
- How will I pay for medical expenses in retirement?
- Should I take my pension as a lump sum?
People Also Often Ask:
- Can I afford to retire?
- How much money will I spend in retirement?
- How do I prepare financially for retirement?
What should I do before I retire?
This extensive dictionary covers all aspects and areas of retirement terminology. Starting with retirement planning as you get ready to leave the workforce, thinking about things like when to take the leap and how you budget on a fixed income.
Every retirement term is explained in detail, with clear and concise article style description and practical examples.
Having a resource that helps remind you what the lingo you’ll see in the mailers and notices from your employer, the government and many other sources can be incredibly helpful.
Make Your Retirement Less of a Mystery
Taking time to understand the vocabulary can help you with your retirement planning, eliminating confusion, and get better prepared for a swift and smooth transaction.
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‘Pearls of Financial Wisdom’
I purchased this book to learn how to invest for income after retirement. This manual is easy to understand and has obviously been written by a thoughtful financial planner. It starts in the first chapter by asking, “When should I begin taking Social Security?” It goes on to discuss the pros and cons of taking Social Security and how to identify income securities.
He then catalogs the classes of income securities with a particular emphasis on what not to invest in among other topics Most useful to me was the discussion of how to determine the safety of a company’s dividend by analyzing its Statement of Cash Flows. Pearls of financial wisdom fill the chapters.
‘Secure Income in Retirement’
This is an excellent book on how to build a reliable stream of secure income in retirement. Many authors provide good high-level guidance but fail to explain the specifics of how to select dividend-paying companies and build a balanced portfolio. Herold explains his approach fully with detailed examples that clearly show how to perform thorough evaluations of prospective companies.
If you are looking for a practical guide to building an income-generating portfolio, this is the perfect audio book for you.