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Question:Is there a book I can read to learn more about planning for retirement?

Is there one book more than others that really makes it easy to understand?

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SophiaV

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I enjoyed that book too as an overview, but felt that he didn't deliver on specifics. For really usable suggestions, I liked "Happily Retired: What works … what doesn't". It was the best retirement gift I received.

Answered by: SophiaV on 3/18/10
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My mom has been reading "How to Retire Happy, Wild and Free" by ernie zelinski and she seems to like that one.

Answered by: LMAYO9 on 8/15/08
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