Dan Solin, an Investment Advisor Representative and nationally known advocate for investors, is the author of The Smartest Retirement Book You’ll Ever Read, Does Your Broker Owe You Money?, and the New York Times bestsellers The Smartest Investment Book You’ll Ever Readand The Smartest 401(k) Book You’ll Ever Read. His award-winning books have been widely praised by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Library Journal, and many financial writers, leading economists, and others.
Solin is a financial columnist for AOL. His advice appears frequently on its Welcome Screen where it is viewed by millions of readers. He is also one of the most popular financial bloggers on The Huffington Post. A frequent guest on national television and radio shows, Solin has addressed professional organizations of accountants, advisors and financial planners and has testified before Congress on investor issues.
Short, easy to read, and easy to understand.
From investments to long term health care and everything in between, this book really covers it all - everything you need to consider and plan for in retirement.
Anyway, if you don't know what you're investing in nor why, then this is one of a few books I recommend reading before you start throwing money around.
Great book, just a bit dated now. The philosophies have to be updated since CD's and bank interest are no longer viable.Published 4 days ago by Recording Secretary
Very good. Read it last weekend and really explained some concepts, ideas and plans that I can use when talking to my own investment manager. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert T.
I have been doing a lot of retirement research and the strategy that the author outlines here is all of the retirement investment advice you will ever need.Published 2 months ago by Vocalion
Solin writes short easy to read chapters that touch on most of the strategic questions retirees face regarding their money. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert Formhals
I have also read "the smartest investing book you'll ever read", and both offer comparable advice. Read morePublished 8 months ago by B. Murray
Easy to read, easy to follow, and good advice for those of us who have other things to do in life other than watching stocks. Invest in index funds!Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have purchased several retirement planning books and this one fits nicely with my collection. I think it's important to look at several views of retirement planning and this book... Read morePublished 10 months ago by S. Swanson
There's not much new here, but the advice is simple and helpful. His basic premises are: (1) diversify, (2) invest in exactly the same mutual funds recommended in How a Second... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gerald B. Keane