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The Retirement Savings Time Bomb . . . and How to Defuse It: A Five-Step Action Plan for Protecting Your IRAs, 401(k)s, and Other Retirement Plans from Near Annihilation by the Taxman Paperback – January 3, 2012
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"Ed Slott cuts through the complexities and makes it possible to navigate the maze of retirement plans in such a way that you can find solutions to fit your own financial needs."
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Pros: Some people may find the loose animated style of prose easier to understand and follow than traditional prose styles/books. Best suited to those usually not comfortable reading books.
Cons: The books is written as if transcribed from a brief lecture the author has given and comes across more like a QVS pitch than a guide to retirement saving. As a result there is a lot of motivational talk and sales pitch you have to wade through to get to the actual content of the book. Unfortunately, when you get there, the content if pretty thin with many details either left out completely (more often) or strew somewhere in the book (less often). Hard to recommend this book with so many decent books on the subject out there. Especially since this is a topic where the details do matter and a book that glosses over or ignores them is likely to steer you in the wrong direction.
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Detailed as always. Complexity of the rules gave me pause on planning this alone so I hired a planner referred by Slott. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Builder One
Lots of great money saving information! BUT I bought a used copy. BIG MISTAKE because the information was from the earlier edition was old, (2012) and some things certainly have... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rose Morris
No real big way around taxes but this books gets one thinking about options for age 65-94. That's how long the actuarial table sites my life span!Published 6 months ago by One Smart Lady
I think this book is well written, interesting and informative. I have been a lawyer for thirty-five years and I wasn't aware of most of the potential problems described in this... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bob