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Well reasoned contrarian perspective on most if not all financial aspects of planning for retirement. I highly recommend.Published 2 months ago by Eric Bohr
Book gives lots of Interesting ideas but you need to exercise the discipline to make it work. Good book!Published 10 months ago by Krishan Singh
Provides extraordinary clarity into impact of decisions that affect your quality of life.
Highly useful preparation for talking to a Financial Planner.
Kotlikoff takes on conventional wisdom in a thoughtful discussion of how to get the most out of your retirement savings. Read morePublished on January 2, 2014 by Big Bad John
I have been a fan of Scott Burns' investment articles for years and bought this book because it was recommened by him and co-authored with Professor Kotlikoff. Read morePublished on April 26, 2013 by Hutch
The focus of the book is in part about consumption smoothing and in the end it steers the reader towards the planning calculator developed by the author that follows this concept. Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Steve
Sure wish i had read this 40 years ago. Probably takes a few reading for some of this to sink in tooPublished on November 26, 2012 by David Latham
Save just enough to be able to spend consistently for the rest of your life: That's the sensible premise of this book. Read morePublished on October 11, 2011 by Smitty
'Spend 'til The End' examines numerous life decisions with financial implications (eg. where to live, buy or rent, go to college or not) and makes recommendations intended to... Read morePublished on August 9, 2011 by Loyd Eskildson