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The Motley Fool's Money After 40: Building Wealth for a Better Life

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Publisher Comments:

With their famous wit, seasoned advice, and impeccable business savvy, the bestselling financial duo explains how to build wealth and security — and how to afford anything you want when the work is done.

The Motley Fool's Money After 40 is for anyone who wants a stable future free from financial anxiety. You will learn how to fortify your portfolio to weather any economic climate and live the life you want regardless of the market's peaks and valleys.

Applying the principles of commonsense money management, David and Tom Gardner's goal is to help you determine what you will need and want when you retire and to guide you in creating realistic financial goals. From owning the right size home to affording sufficient health care coverage, from sending kids to college to taking that exotic vacation, The Motley Fool's Money After 40 explains how to:

• Organize your finances to preserve the funds you already have

• Master estate planning

• Determine whether you can turn a hobby into a small business

• Finance your children's education and care for aging parents

• Live a healthy, productive life free from fiscal anxiety

Comprehensive and amusing, The Motley Fool's Money After 40 is a one-stop financial guidebook for gilding the golden years.

Synopsis:

With their trademark wit and sound advice that will appeal to their core audience and beyond, the best-selling financial duo tackle retirement, providing a plan to financial security for 45-65 year-olds who are just starting to think about saving for retirement or are retiring now with The Motley Fool's Money After 40. The Motley Fool's focus is not just on how to live on a fixed income, but also to help the reader determine what he can afford: whether it's selling his home and cutting back work hours, funding the kids' (or grandkids' education), or upgrading health insurance. In other words, there is a lot between working full time with a steady income and retirement, and in this book, the authors help the reader understand what having enough is at different phases of work and life.

Synopsis:

With their famous wit, seasoned advice, and impeccable business savvy, the bestselling financial duo shows baby boomers how to build wealth and security--and how to afford anything they want when the work is done.

About the Author

Tom and David Gardner cofounded The Motley Fool, a multi-media financial education company, in 1993. Since then they have co-authored four New York Times bestsellers, including The Motley Fool Investment Guide and The Motley Fool's Rule Breakers, Rule Makers.Tom and David Gardner cofounded The Motley Fool, a multi-media financial education company, in 1993. Since then they have co-authored four New York Times bestsellers, including The Motley Fool Investment Guide and The Motley Fool's Rule Breakers, Rule Makers.

Table of Contents

Contents

Foreword: What to Expect, in 250 Words

Introduction: May We Help You?

Part One

Get Ready

1. Why Retire?

2. Plan for Excellence

Part Two

Having Enough

3. What Is Enough, and for How Long?

4. Helping Yourself First

5. The Game of Increased Savings

6. Investing Now Versus Then

7. Financial Advisors Better Than Dogs

8. Owning the Right Home

9. The Right Health Care, the Right Price

Part Three

Having More Than Enough

10. Social Insecurity

11. What to Do with Your Parents

12. Paying for Your Kids and College

13. Making Your Children Self-Sufficient

14. Planning Your Estate

Part Four

Having it all

15. So You're Retired Already, Eh?

16. Live Well

17. Get a Hobby. Get a Life.

18. Volunteering

19. Travel

20. Focus on What You Can Control

Acknowledgments

Additional Resources at Fool.com

Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9780743284820
Author:
Gardner, David
Publisher:
Fireside Books
Author:
Gardner, Tom
Subject:
Personal Finance - General
Subject:
Investments
Subject:
Finance, personal
Subject:
Investments & Securities - General
Subject:
General Business & Economics
Subject:
Business, Investing
Subject:
investments; investment banking; finances; @GSElevator; Goldman Sachs; Wall Street; John LeFevre: Kevin Roose; Andrew Ross Sorkin; Liar s Poker; Tucker Max; funny; Twitter; muppets; investment banking; Wolf of Wall Street; Greg Smith; Leonardo DiCaprio; M
Subject:
investments; investment banking; finances; @GSElevator; Goldman Sachs; Wall Street; John LeFevre: Kevin Roose; Andrew Ross Sorkin; Liar s Poker; Tucker Max; funny; Twitter; muppets; investment banking; Wolf of Wall Street; Greg Smith; Leonardo DiCaprio; M
Subject:
investments; investment banking; finances; @GSElevator; Goldman Sachs; Wall Street; John LeFevre: Kevin Roose; Andrew Ross Sorkin; Liar s Poker; Tucker Max; funny; Twitter; muppets; investment banking; Wolf of Wall Street; Greg Smith; Leonardo DiCaprio; M
Subject:
Personal Finance - Retirement Planning
Subject:
investments; investment banking; finances; @GSElevator; Goldman Sachs; Wall Street; John LeFevre: Kevin Roose; Andrew Ross Sorkin; Liar s Poker; Tucker Max; funny; Twitter; muppets; investment banking; Wolf of Wall Street; Greg Smith; Leonardo DiCaprio; M
Subject:
investments; investment banking; finances; @GSElevator; Goldman Sachs; Wall Street; John LeFevre: Kevin Roose; Andrew Ross Sorkin; Liar s Poker; Tucker Max; funny; Twitter; muppets; investment banking; Wolf of Wall Street; Greg Smith; Leonardo DiCaprio; M
Subject:
investments; investment banking; finances; @GSElevator; Goldman Sachs; Wall Street; John LeFevre: Kevin Roose; Andrew Ross Sorkin; Liar s Poker; Tucker Max; funny; Twitter; muppets; investment banking; Wolf of Wall Street; Greg Smith; Leonardo DiCaprio; M
Copyright:
Edition Description:
B102
Publication Date:
January 2006
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
272
Dimensions:
8.44 x 5.5 in 12.635 oz

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"Synopsis" by , With their trademark wit and sound advice that will appeal to their core audience and beyond, the best-selling financial duo tackle retirement, providing a plan to financial security for 45-65 year-olds who are just starting to think about saving for retirement or are retiring now with The Motley Fool's Money After 40. The Motley Fool's focus is not just on how to live on a fixed income, but also to help the reader determine what he can afford: whether it's selling his home and cutting back work hours, funding the kids' (or grandkids' education), or upgrading health insurance. In other words, there is a lot between working full time with a steady income and retirement, and in this book, the authors help the reader understand what having enough is at different phases of work and life.
"Synopsis" by , With their famous wit, seasoned advice, and impeccable business savvy, the bestselling financial duo shows baby boomers how to build wealth and security--and how to afford anything they want when the work is done.
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