How To Retire Early And Live Well With Less Than A Million Dollars

How To Retire Early And Live Well With Less Than A Million Dollars Author Gillette Edmunds
ISBN-10 1580622011
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 272
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Describes how a retiree can live comfortably on $500,000 or less.



Downshifting

Downshifting Author John D. Drake
ISBN-10 9781442960077
Release 2009-01-22
Pages 296
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Downshifting has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Downshifting also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Downshifting book for free.



I m in Debt Over 40 with No Retirement Savings Help

I m in Debt  Over 40  with No Retirement Savings  Help Author John L. White
ISBN-10 0974068748
Release 2003-09
Pages 138
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How would you like to be debt free? Do you wish you had some money set aside for retirement? Instead of just wishing about it, you can make it happen! Unlike most financial books, this one is based on real life experience, not some financial advisor's theories. All of the strategies are from the author's real life experiences, and they are guaranteed to work--even if you're not over 40.



Reboot

Reboot Author Phil Burgess
ISBN-10 9781770672994
Release 2011
Pages 256
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"It's better to wear out than rust out." That is the message of 'Reboot ' While American culture glamorizes the "Golden Years" of endless leisure and amusement, Phil Burgess rejects retirement, as he makes the case for returning to work in the post-career years, a time he calls later life. Based on solid research from the social and medical sciences, the author says, "It is better to die with your boots on, fully engaged in helping others and repairing the world." 'Reboot ' is partly autobiographical. Indeed, the author is working well into his own post-career years, following two failed retirements. He is also convincing in his eye-opening, historically rooted, and hope-filled arguments for engaging in life-long work that is productive and satisfying. 'Reboot ' identifies five different types of work: 'in-kind, ' 'volunteer, ' 'Samaritan, ' 'enrichment, ' and 'paid work.' 'Booters' who incorporate one or more of these types of work into their post-career lifestyle will, according to Burgess, live longer, live better, and die faster - avoiding boredom, aimless busy-ness, diminished self-worth and the anguish (and cost) of lingering death. With America's 78 million boomers turning 65 at the rate of 10,000 a day for the next 18 years, 'Reboot ' provides a timely and provocative alternative to the conventional idea of retirement. With the promises of Social Security and Medicare about to be broken, 'Reboot ' provides an upbeat and constructive way to deal with new financial realities. For men and women navigating life's transitions, striving to finish well, 'Reboot ' provides a roadmap for living a life of meaning, challenging the reader to be a booter, not a retiree. Burgess boldly asserts that retirement is a deadly disease, and that work after a life of work is the best option for post-career years that are meaningful, productive, healthy, and satisfying. See www.BooterNation.com



Money Mastery

Money Mastery Author Billy Epperhart
ISBN-10 9781682226445
Release 2015-11-23
Pages 340
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As Matthew 6:24 says, “You cannot serve both God and money.” But unfortunately, many people serve money without ever having made a conscious choice to do so. By not learning how to manage your money, you become a servant to your finances. Even though you may have a heart that wants to boldly serve God, you can end up serving money by default—simply because of your situation in life. “Money Mastery” is a book that offers a spiritual and practical guide to becoming the master of your own money. Learn how to build wealth, not for wealth’s sake, but for the power, as 2 Corinthians 9, “to be able to give to every good cause!” Through your wealth, you can have city and nation impact.



The Complete Idiot s Guide to Personal Finance in Your 40 s 50 s

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Personal Finance in Your 40 s   50 s Author Sarah Fisher
ISBN-10 9781101221914
Release 2001-12-01
Pages 360
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So you've got the basics of your personal finances under control (at least -- you've controlled your credit card spending, purchased a house, started saving for retirement) but wait! Now that your kids are growing up and your career is moving along, you're facing a whole new set of personal finance challenges. College, weddings, your son or daughter's first car! How to manage these big expenses and still stay afloat?! And how to deal with unexpected changes such as downsizing or a move?! Help is here. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Personal Finance in Your 40s and 50s is the guide you need to everything from helping your kids get on their feet to buying a second home. Coverage includes: Assessing your own financial position in mid-life -- pluses and minus Being a parent and a blank check -- teaching your kids about money Paying for cars, college, weddings and other big parent expenses Assessing and affording your second home, dream home, or vacation home Keeping your finances in order during a job change -- for the better or worse What to think about if you want to start your own business Divorce and personal finance Thinking of the future -- wills, in-laws, aging parents and more! The basics of investing -- in your 40s and 50s. Where to start or how to progress



Maybe Life s Just Not That Into You

Maybe Life s Just Not That Into You Author Martha Bolton
ISBN-10 9781416544234
Release 2006-12-12
Pages 208
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A Self-Help Spoof for the Life Impaired Right here in this book store, you can find hundreds of them -- self-help books. They tell you how to improve your finances, lose weight, age gracefully, and influence people. But even after reading all those books, you're still a mess. It can only mean one thing: maybe life's just not that into you. Once you open you mind to this possibility, you can quit beating yourself up. It's all about attitude. It's about the find art of whining. It's about losing your shirt, but keeping your dignity. It's about being dull and boring, but making it work for you. It's about losing friends and influencing nobody. It's about just saying no to dieting because, well, let's be honest, carbs just taste good. A hilarious, good-natured spoof on more that fifty self-help books, this book will leave you feeling better about who you are and laughing your way to becoming the person God created you to be.



Retire On the House

Retire On the House Author Gillette Edmunds
ISBN-10 047173893X
Release 2005-11-25
Pages 288
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Use your home to finance your retirement Forgot to save for retirement, but bought a house? Saved a lot and also bought a house? Whatever your situation, Retire on the House can show you how to best use your home equity for a long and prosperous retirement. Focusing on both retirement and real estate, Retire on the House is designed for retiree homeowners who want to use their home equity to finance their retirement. Filled with valuable insights and practical advice, this unique guide illustrates a number of ways this can be done, including: * Selling your current home at the top of the market, moving to a less expensive residence, and retiring on your profits * Obtaining rental income from your current home by renting to boarders * Remodeling your home into units for much higher rental income * Three options for obtaining cash from your home without selling, remodeling, or renting it * Reducing or eliminating retirement expenses such as taxes * Balancing your real estate portfolio by diversifying with other asset classes Many of today's homes have tremendous value, and with Retire on the House as your guide, you'll discover how to use this value to achieve the retirement you deserve.



Lifemaps

Lifemaps Author Michael Antoniak
ISBN-10 0743400615
Release 2002
Pages 509
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Provides solutions to some of life's most difficult problems, highlighting the process of dealing with such challenges as making a condolence call, dealing with a stalker, or navigating an HMO.



Rags To Retirement

Rags To Retirement Author Gail Liberman; Alan Lavine
ISBN-10 9781450276887
Release 2010-12-17
Pages 196
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Wondering where you’re going to get the $1,000,000 experts say you need to retire? Join the crowd. Meet 12 ordinary people who found ways to meet their retirement goals, without sizable nest eggs. Authors Alan Lavine and Gail Liberman describe the journeys these people took to achieve their dreams and the setbacks they experienced along the way. “Yes, you can retire. Learn how others did it, and how they are living the good life on less.”-Evan Simonoff , editor in chief, Financial Advisor “Real world! Real people! A must read. You can learn how people like yourself made the most of their retirement savings.”-James A. Barry Jr., CFP chairman of the Barry Financial Group and host of Jim Barry’s Financial Successon PBS “I’ll tell you what’s so good about Rags to Retirement, what distinguishes it from the long catalogue of damnably boring fi nance books out there. I’ll tell you why it matters. Simple really. It’s about story, not accounting. It’s about people, not money! People like you and me. We’re not rich, never will be. We should have taken Economics 101, but we took Latin or geography, and now we’re facing our golden years with trepidation and empty pockets. Well, take heart, folks. We don’t need a million in the bank, but we do need to live creatively. That’s the lesson in these refreshing and moving stories of people who’ve led hardscrabble lives and have somehow managed to settle with dignity and independence into their golden years. And we can do it, too! Rags to Retirement: such stuff as dreams are made on.”-John Dufresne, author of Deep in the Shade of Paradise Husband and wife team Alan Lavine and Gail Liberman are the authors of Rags to Riches, which made two best-seller lists and was featured on Oprah and CBS?s The Early Show. They are syndicated fi nancial journalists whose columns appear in the Boston Herald, Palm Beach Daily News, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Scripps Howard newspapers. Their work has been featured or quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Money, Redbook, and Bloomberg. They are also the authors of The Complete Idiot?s Guide to Making Money with Mutual Funds, Third Edition.



Make Money with Affordable Apartment Buildings and Commercial Properties

Make Money with Affordable Apartment Buildings and Commercial Properties Author Gary W. Eldred
ISBN-10 9780470288276
Release 2008-06-27
Pages 288
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Make Money with Affordable Apartment Buildings and Commercial Properties, Second Edition, shows you how to build wealth with affordable multi-unit residential and commercial buildings. Low-priced income properties can yield higher returns than single-family homes?especially if you manage them yourself. This book shows you how to find, assess, buy, and manage apartment buildings, retail offices, self-storage, and other overlooked investment alternatives. In today?s tough housing market, these properties offer great returns.



Subject Guide to Books in Print 1992 93

Subject Guide to Books in Print  1992 93 Author
ISBN-10 0835245896
Release 1992
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Get a Life

Get a Life Author Ralph E. Warner
ISBN-10 087337424X
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 315
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The financial service industry would lead you to believe that you need to have begun putting aside huge sums of money years ago n order to avoid financial destitution in old age. Not true, says Warner. Although a sensible savings plan is advisable, there are a number of other things you can do in mid-life to ensure a fulfilling retirement. Get a Life shows how to beat the anxiety surrounding retirement and how to: -- work on the things that really matter -- good health, interests and activities, close relationships with family and friends -- realistically calculate how much money you will need and how to secure it. The fully updated second edition incorporates the most recent state planning laws, and it gives even more advice about everyday choices that can make all the difference down the road. New chapters address early retirement and give pointers to couples who reach retirement at different times. Interviews with successful, retired people show how to put Warner's advice into action.



Maintaining Budgetary Discipline

Maintaining Budgetary Discipline Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015043129868
Release 1999
Pages 284
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Budget Options

Budget Options Author
ISBN-10 MSU:31293017886775
Release 1977
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Maintaining Budgetary Discipline

Maintaining Budgetary Discipline Author Sherry Snyder
ISBN-10 0788181289
Release 1999-08-01
Pages 284
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Compiles 250 specific policy options for reducing federal spending or increasing revenues in a wide variety of programs. It is intended to help policymakers maintain budgetary discipline and accomplish related policy goals. Part One includes more than 200 options for reducing spending, organized by the functional categories of the budget. Part Two presents more than 50 options for generating revenues. The report concludes with an appendix listing the scorekeeping guidelines used to enforce the discretionary spending limits and pay-as-you-go requirement of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 (as amended). Charts and tables.



The Publishers Weekly

The Publishers Weekly Author
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822032280216
Release 2004
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