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The No-Regrets Guide to Retirement

How to Live Well, Invest Wisely and Make Your Money Last

Howard, Patricia

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1. Edition February 2021
192 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-0-7303-9090-9
John Wiley & Sons

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Learn to take control of your finances and your retirement with this one-stop Australian financial planning bible

Have you ever wondered if you have enough money to make it through retirement? The No-Regrets Retirement Guide: How to Live Well, Invest Wisely and Make Your Money Last provides readers with a definitive answer to that question, as well as many others you may have always wanted to ask. Qualified financial planner and author Patricia Howard offers no-nonsense guidance on what it takes to get you to, and through, retirement. You'll learn how to:
* Develop a positive and productive mindset as you enter retirement
* Take control of your finances, regardless of how much money you make or have
* Learn how to live on invested income rather than earned income
* Understand and learn to avoid the biggest pitfalls people commonly encounter as they approach retirement

Perfect for people entering or already in retirement, The No-Regrets Retirement Guide also belongs on the bookshelves of anyone interested in ensuring they are in a financial position to enjoy their golden years.

Preface vii

Introduction ix

1 Retirement: a good news story 1

2 Plan for a truly great retirement 21

3 Make good investment choices 43

4 Give up the (financial) smokes! 63

5 Live like a millionaire 83

6 Thrive in retirement 101

7 Families: love 'em and leave 'em 117

8 Sexually transmitted poverty 135

9 Build your escape hatch 153

A final word 169

Index 171
PATRICIA HOWARD is an author, finance journalist and financial planner. She has written for The Australian, The Australian Financial Review and The Age. Patricia started her own financial planning practice fifteen years ago, which specialises in providing retirement advice, and she holds her own Australian Financial Services Licence.