Acclaimed Financial Wizard's New Book Rewrites Retirement
New Survival Strategies From Renowned Expert Provide Vital Financial Safeguards
Chapter 1: How Much Will I Need in Retirement?
Chapter 2: From Taxable Into Tax Free.
Chapter 3: Protect Your Savings From Claimants
Chapter 4: Cash Value Life Insurance
Chapter 5: Advanced Planning Strategies for More Retirement Income
Chapter 6: Fixed Annuities – The Basics
Chapter 7: Annuities – Advanced Planning Strategies for More Income in Retirement
Chapter 8: IRAs and QPs (Qualified Plans) – Basic and Advanced Strategies
Chapter 9: Home Ownership – Basic and Advanced Strategies
Chapter 10: Something for Beneficiaries, Too
is widely acclaimed financial author Dick Duff's latest addition to his
growing shelf of authoritative, easily read books for consumer-level
investors, retirees and their financial planners – who want sound,
reliable strategies to ward off catastrophic losses from future
Essential Protective Measures
While we've hopefully moved beyond the most catastrophic financial debacle since the Great Depression, Duff's Retirement Breakthrough also
gives retirement planners and retirees essential protective measures to
avoid the inevitable, ongoing, gut-wrenching stock-market “corrections”
we've all come to know and dread.
Author of 11 Books
In short, Duff's latest in a lineage of some 11 books on retirement
planning offers vital new strategies for post-2008 economies to come.
This renowned expert has published hundreds of related articles for top
industry publications, been featured in scores of interviews from PBS
to CNN and, for more than 30 years, has been a frequent academic
lecturer on financial topics at Purdue, Stanford and other top colleges
you want to retire with any kind of security,” Duff says, “the 2008
crash gave us a whole new set of rules. A lot of financial planners are
finally waking up to the new reality and their clients need to listen.
The cornerstone concepts are all in this book.”
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 23 February, 2010.