- Get the revised and updated edition of Retire on Less Than You Think.
This is a great beginners book for people looking to begin there plans for retirement.
I gave the book two stars because there is some useful information here and there, but nothing you could not find in the web in a few minutes.
The author advises things like buying a used car and driving it for many years; haven't most people figured this out on their own?
This book entirely refutes the Wall St mantra that says you need 80% of your pre-retirement earnings to survive.
As most of us know, when you retire your spending drops. Read more
It's interesting. Didn't really learn much that I didn't already know. If you know how to live on a budget, you probably already know what is contained in this book.Published 6 months ago by Melba L. Jeffus
As this was released in 2007 before the great recession, the entries pertaining to real estate aren't particularly relevant but are an interesting peek into the mindset at the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Candace Coley
Mr. Brock's advice was very useful to me, since I lived in the insanely expensive New York City and knew I could never afford to live there in retirement. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anthony W. Skaggs
I've read a number of retirement planning books and done a lot of retirement planning, but I bought this for someone who needed help thinking about and planning for retirement. Read morePublished 10 months ago by OBXr
This book contained some really good information about how someone can consider an earlier retirement. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kathleen Murphy
Written before the worst of the 2007 recession, so many of its assertions are out of date and not useful.Published 11 months ago by Gary Bracken
The basic theme of this analysis is that if you have paid off your mortgage you're in good shape for retirement. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Numma Tucson
It has never been about how much you make. It has always been about what you do with what you have or make. While some of what Mr. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joseph Or