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eBook You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think ePub

by Wes Moss

  • ISBN: 007183902X
  • Category: Investing
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Wes Moss
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (June 3, 2014)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1484 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1143 kb
  • Other: mbr txt azw mobi
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 521

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The keys that Wes Moss identifies to having a happy retirement are simple but brilliant.

The keys that Wes Moss identifies to having a happy retirement are simple but brilliant. - Clark Howard, New York Times bestselling author of Living Large in Lean Times. If you think you need to win the lottery or work until you're 75 to retire with financial stability, Money Matters host Wes Moss has very good news for you. You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think reveals the secrets for ensuring a successful retirement-sooner rather than later.

So when I chose You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think: The 5 Money Secrets of the Happiest Retirees by Wes .

So when I chose You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think: The 5 Money Secrets of the Happiest Retirees by Wes Moss I knew that most of it will probably be a repeat of what I read before, but if I pick up one thing from it, the read would have been worth it. I learned a few things from this book, which is great.

Written by Wes Moss, Audiobook narrated by Wes Moss, Scott Merriman. The Five Years Before You Retire. Retirement Planning When You Need It the Most. By: Emily Guy Birken.

You Can Retire Sooner Th. .has been added to your Cart. The book is well written and organized as well as an easy read. The first third of the book gives interesting information comparing happy retirees to unhappy retirees, based on the author's survey of more than 1,350 couples.

If you think you need to win the lottery or work until you're 75 to retire with financial stability, Money Matters host Wes Moss has verygood news for you. After conducting an intensive study of happy retirees to learn the financial practices they hold in common, Moss discovered that it doesn't take financial genius, millions of dollars, or sophisticated investment skills to ensure a safe, solid retirement.

From Wes Moss-named by Barron's as one of America's top financial advisors "The keys that Wes Moss identifies to having a happy retirement are simple but brilliant.

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From Wes Moss--named by Barron's as one of America's top financial advisors

"The keys that Wes Moss identifies to having a happy retirement are simple but brilliant. Read this book." -- Clark Howard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Living Large in Lean Times

“Financial planner Wes Moss offers you something different ― not just a plan to retire, but a way to do it sooner and to be happy when you do." – Atlanta Journal Constitution

If you think you need to win the lottery or work until you’re 75 to retire with financial stability, Money Matters host Wes Moss has very good news for you. You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think reveals the secrets for ensuring a successful retirement―sooner rather than later.

After conducting an intensive study of happy retirees to learn the financial practices they hold in common, Moss discovered that it doesn't take financial genius, millions of dollars, or sophisticated investment skills to ensure a safe, solid retirement. All it takes is five best practices: Determine what you want and need your retirement money for Figure out how much you need to save Create a plan to pay off your mortgage in as little as five years Develop an income stream from multiple sources Become an income investor

Getting on the fast track to a great retirement is a lot simpler than the retirement professionals would have you believe. You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think provides the proven-effective, five-step formula for creating the retirement of your dreams.

Comments

Swift Summer Swift Summer
First off, I've been saving for retirement for close to 30 years. This book didn't change my savings plan as much as it gave me some new strategies to use to provide additional income streams. That alone was worth the cost.

The author does harp on some of the statistics, such as unhappy retirees drive BMWs or happy retirees eat at Olive Garden. It helps to understand statistical analysis to put these statements into context. The number of people responding with a distinct survey answer has to be statistically significant in order to highlight it as a trend. I trust the author when he wrote that he had help from the former president of the Georgia Tech Math Club to verify the significance and confidence of the data. Owning a BMW was a data point that showed up repeatedly in the unhappy retiree survey results. Go figure.

After reading the book, I informally polled all of the retirees that I knew. The ones that were happy followed the happy retiree trends in the book and the ones that were unhappy shared the same issues list for unhappy retirees. Two of my friends actually went back to work because they didn't have enough hobbies and interests to pursue in retirement. Both of them were so bored that they needed a full-time job to give them something to do. Happy retirees have 3.5 core pursuits to fill their time.

Here's a quote that sums up the author's intentions well: "Start thinking of money as a way to support being happy, rather than manufacture it."
Dancing Lion Dancing Lion
The author of this book, Wes Moss, is an investment advisor, author, and radio talk show host. Clark Howard, "Consumer Warrior," wrote the foreword to this book. The book is well written and organized as well as an easy read. The first third of the book gives interesting information comparing happy retirees to unhappy retirees, based on the author's survey of more than 1,350 couples. The remainder of the book describes the money secrets of happy retirees, including determining retirement wants and needs and how much to save based on those needs, paying off a mortgage in five years, developing an income stream from multiple sources, evaluating income investing risks and pitfalls, and a final section on how to enjoy retirement and the key traits of happy retirees. I enjoyed this book so much that I bought a second copy to give as a gift. I highly recommend this book
Kirinaya Kirinaya
When I started reading this book, I thought it world be about saving for retirement only. I was pleasantly surprised that it covered much more than that. It dealt with personal and lifestyle issues that I need to address before I should retire, even if I had the savings to retire comfortably today.

I recommend this book to anyone who is looking forward retirement. My children might even get this for Christmas.
Ungall Ungall
Not a complete waste for $10 but most of the useful information/advice in this book could be boiled down to a 20-page pamphlet and I have have found similar advice for free on the Internet. If you listen to Money Matters and you like the host then you may like this book. I've never listened to Money Matters so I wasn't prepared for the chatty nature of the book, it's written like an infotainment commercial. The author refers to himself an annoying number of times ("I'm going to show you..", "I've done the research" ...). The advice isn't bad, but not what I'd call secrets: figure out how much you'll need, pay off your mortgage before you retire, invest for income, etc..

The most aggravating aspect of the book is that he mentions clients who have built up large retirement savings but provides few details as to how. He spends more time talking about their hobbies and vacations than about the details of their investments. His first example is a couple with over $300,000 in combined income and seven(!) rental properties - not exactly your typical middle American couple. Later in the book he mentions a couple whose savings went from $37,000 to over a million dollars in 16 years but provides few details other than they inherited $200k, maxed out their 401ks (doesn't say for how long), and followed his "bucket" approach to investing but he doesn't tell you exactly what they invested in or for how long.
MeGa_NunC MeGa_NunC
I really liked this book. One of the best reads ever. Wes uses real people that you can relate to to illustrate retirement scenarios. I loaned this book to a friend and they read it in one week. Once you start reading its hard to put it down. Highly recommend to anyone in the 50 + age bracket. If you are wondering if you can retire read this book.
Froststalker Froststalker
I rarely take the time to write reviews but this time I'm making an exception. I've read a lot of these retirement based books and this is the best HOLISTIC one that I've read.

If you're the one at the party who's envious of the guy blustering about his 14% return last year, then this book is not for you. But if you've got your ego and spending under control, have a spouse or partner that doesn't care what the neighbors just bought, and thought that the tortoise was a hero and the hare was an idiot, then this is the book for you.

If you're already comfortable with financial terms and strategies, it may seem overly basic, but that's exactly why it is a great book. It captures the basic building blocks of happiness and uses those to make a compelling holistic argument as to why a very basic income focused financial strategy makes sense and is all you need. Again, an excellent (and quick and easy) read that I've since bought and sent to others.
Bolanim Bolanim
What is great about this book is it walks you through how to actually set yourself up to get an income from your investments to replace the regular wage paycheck. Making this transition is not obvious and you can be sure we will be deep-diving into our investments and doing some rearranging. Thanks for adding value to the other great retirement preparation books on the market in a unique and very useful way!