Whether you are thirty years from retirement or it’s just around the corner, here is the only book you’ll need about how to get it together and plan a safe, secure, and prosperous retirement.
We all know the scene: Dorothy is transported from the flat terrain of Kansas to the bizarre land of Oz. Her cry, “Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore,” may be the best line to describe how people feel about the retirement landscape. It’s one teeming with challenges, from the impact of corporate downsizing on individuals to battered 401(k)s, precarious Social Security, and cuts in pensions and health care benefits for retirees. Many people are intimidated and delay thinking about retirement. That’s a mistake.
We’re Not in Kansas Anymore is the only guide you need to learn how to deal with the Oz-like reality that is retirement planning today. Walter Updegrave shows how to cut through the clutter, assess your finances, and become your own personal pension manager.