March 24th, 2008 by Your Financial Resource
This is the first of many FREE Audiobooks / Books on Tape downloadsÂ on the book Retirement Planning. We know our listener’s time is valuable and many of you have busy schedules.Â Therefore we have endeavoured to put this book on a series of podcastsÂ or a FREE audiobook / book on tape so that youÂ play it now by clicking the play button above this post (turn up your speakers) or download them to your iTunes and iPod toÂ listen while running or working out later. To subscribe to the podcast and download into iTunes, click here.
In this Podcast, the following topics are covered:
Introduction:Â When is the right time to start planning for retirement? In your 20’s, 30’s or 50’s? How about early retirement? Isn’t that what we all want.
Should you retire: Is it too late to plan for retirement? Can you still work during retirement? Is Social Security and Medicare enough to cover all your expenses and still live comfortably? These and many basic questions regarding retirement are addressed.
Retirement Planning: Most people will spend an average of 25 years in retirement, so careful planning is necessary for this to be a comfortable and worry free peroid in your life. Retirement planning should start as soon as your begin your first job. Retirement planning is looking into the future and seeing how much money you’ll need to live a comfortable and satisfying life.
What to think about: Setting goals, how will you spend your time after you retire,Â health plans and insurance, and other topics are considered. Some questions and guidelines are given to consider before planning your retirement.
Thats all for this podcast. The next podcast on this book will cover topics such as what will it cost, employer plans,Â stocks and bonds, social security, working in retirement,Â your home, health insurance, and more.
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