If you’re over 50, have you made a retirement plan? Do you feel you have enough money to keep living the lifestyle you currently enjoy?
You would not be alone if you said no! Almost half of Americans do not have an adequate retirement plan and fear that they will have to keep working well beyond their 60’s.
Bill and Pete Bush are seasoned and certified retirement planners who have written a great advice book on retirement that argues that it’s never too late to start a retirement plan that can allow you to be financially secure. In “The Runway Decade,” the authors break it down with anecdotes and stories, tables and charts, and general advice all of which are designed to get you started. It is easy to read and understand, and best of all, they’re not selling anything (other than the book!).
Most people are looking for answers to the retirement plan conundrum, but Bill and Pete Bush argue that we don’t really know the right questions to ask. Will you need to downsize when you retire? Will you have a mortgage? What do you want to do with your time? How much do you want to travel, pursue hobbies, donate to your grandchildren’s education? All these questions and more are addressed in this book, and are critical to any good retirement plan.
After reading “The Runway Decade,” you’ll know the questions to ask your financial advisor to get you down that runway and into a successful retirement.
Book review by: Larry Pollack