Retirement Income For Life: Getting More Without Saving More de Frederick VetteseRetirement Income For Life: Getting More Without Saving More de Frederick Vettese

Retirement Income For Life: Getting More Without Saving More

deFrederick Vettese

Couverture souple | 2 mars 2018 | Anglais

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Other than their health, what worries retirees most is the thought of running out of money before they die. It doesn't have to be this way. Retirement Income for Life presents five clear strategies for making the most of your accumulated life savings, and for turning it into predictable, sustainable retirement income that will last as long as you do.

Those who are looking for good advice should start by reading anything written by Fred Vettese.- Pension guru Malcolm Hamilton, as reported in the Globe and Mail.

Fred Vettese' book Retirement Income for Life (Milner & Associates, Toronto, 2018) seems destined to become the bible of any new or near retiree challenged with converting large RRSPs and other savings into reliable income. - Jon Chevreau reporting in MoneySense magazine.

When I've been asked for resources to help who are now drawing down their life savings, I used to be at a loss. No longer. Fred Vettese has taken this complex subject and brought it to life in this highly readable volume with clear writing, practical recommendations and an expert's knowledge of the issues. This will be a fantastic resource for our members, and indeed all Canadian seniors. - Wanda Morris, VP of Advocacy, CARP

Fred Vettese offers a timely and clear-eyed perspective on the challenges faced by many Canadian retirees and provides practical strategies to help those who have accumulated some wealth to make the most of their savings. - Barbara Shecter, National Post

Planning for how best to draw down your nest egg - the 'decumulation' phase - is a topic too often neglected by the retirement finance literature and by many advisors. Fred Vettese has written an important book that addresses this need. I especially recommend a close reading of his 'five enhancements' as potential ways to improve your drawdown strategy. - David Aston, MoneySense Magazine
Frederick Vettese was Chief Actuary of Morneau Shepell from 1991 until 2018. He has written op-eds for the National Post and The Globe and Mail, and is frequently quoted regarding pension matters in various media. A prolific author of pension articles for a number of magazines and journals, he is also the author of two other books on r...
Titre :Retirement Income For Life: Getting More Without Saving MoreFormat :Couverture soupleDimensions de l'article :240 pages, 8,98 × 6,02 × 0,59 poDimensions à l'expédition :8,98 × 6,02 × 0,59 poPublié le :2 mars 2018Publié par :Milner & Associates Inc.Langue :Anglais

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ISBN - 10 :1988344050

ISBN - 13 :9781988344058