Twenty good summers : work less, live more and make the most of your money / by Martin Hawes
By: Hawes, Martin.Publisher: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2012Edition: Fully updated & revised ed.Description: xiv, 174 p : ill. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781742378060 :.Subject(s): Investments | Personal finance | Retirement | Planning
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PLANNING : Twenty good summers -- Making the break -- A life of two halves -- Arrange (and maximise) your business -- The importance of work -- The "enough is never enough" syndrome -- Risks to your twenty good summers -- SETTING THINGS UP : Do we have enough? -- Factor one: how much capital do you have? -- Factor two: the lifestyle you want -- Factor three: the house you want -- Factor four: inheritances -- Factor five: how much will you work? -- Factor six: other income -- Factor seven: life expectancy -- Factor eight: the returns you will get -- So, do you have enough? -- MAKING IT WORK : Arrange (and maximise) your investments -- Build a portfolio -- Managing investment risk: lakes and rivers -- The place of property -- The place of shares -- Living on capital -- Make every summer count.
Discusses how to organise your financial affairs to successfully prepare for retirement and to ensure ongoing financial security in the later years of life.