Procrastinator's Guide to Retirement: How YOU can retire in 10 years or less
A Canadian Best Seller!
This practical guide for late-starters quickly topped the self-improvement lists of the Globe & Mail, the Toronto Star and Amazon.ca.
The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement: How YOU can retire in 10 years or less will guide you through the maze of retirement issues and point you in a clear direction that will help you to live comfortably in your retirement.
If you are 10 years or less away from retirement and the thought of retirement brings on more anxiety about your finances than excitement about the next phase of your life, this book is for you. The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement was developed to guide you through the maze of retirement issues and point you in a clear direction that will help you to live comfortably in your retirement.
With helpful strategies, practical tips and examples, and hands-on tools, The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement will help you to:
- Track your current spending so you can properly budget for retirement
- Maximize your savings, reduce debt and improve your investment strategy
- Plan for life changes such as poor health, caring for elderly parents or divorce
Focusing on crucial issues that need to be considered in the years before retirement, this 20 chapter book offers step-by-step guidance through the process of developing a retirement plan that works – so you won’t have to.
Read The Globe and Mail interview with The Procrastinator's Guide author, David Trahair, CPA, CA.
Publication Date: February 2016