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Social Security: The Inside Story, 2014 Edition: An Expert Explains Your Rights and Benefits Paperback – April 24, 2014
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About the Author
ANDY LANDIS is one of the nation’s foremost authorities on Social Security and Medicare, in demand nationwide as an author, speaker, and consultant. Andy has guided tens of thousands to abundant retirements while working at the Social Security Administration, AARP, multi-national corporations, and his own practice, Thinking Retirement. Through Thinking Retirement, Andy educates both individuals and financial professionals through live workshops, books, articles, webinars, and professional education courses. In addition to Social Security: The Inside Story, he is the author of When I Retire, providing a simple way to plan a fulfilling retirement life. He is a regular blogger for the Wall Street Journal’s “MarketWatch” site. On TV, he has appeared on Fox Business News and PBS, and is a frequent guest on radio. Andy lives in Seattle with Kay, keyboards, camper, computers, cars, and sometimes kids. Follow Andy and Thinking Retirement on Facebook. Learn more at www.andylandis.biz.
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Top customer reviews
Landis' book is superb by comparison and excellent by itself. It is cogent and clear, well organized, the charpters divided into clear sections and subsections, with numerous examples with straightforward and simple math; it has a glossary and an index, lacking in Murphy's (apparantly self-published) book. It also has a good section on medicare, which isnt even mentioned by murphy. A great place to start learning about SS.
The subject matter is must reading for current Baby Boomers. Again, googling can save money but not time in gathering the same information. But, considering that many Baby Boomers are ill prepared for the harsh realities of retirement, buy the book. It's an investment.