The Smart Woman's Guide to Planning For Retirement
What does a woman want to do when she retires? Travel? Pursue hobbies? Spend time with friends and family? We all have dreams about what those days will be like. But when it comes to turning those dreams into reality,...
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What does a woman want to do when she retires? Travel? Pursue hobbies? Spend time with friends and family? We all have dreams about what those days will be like. But when it comes to turning those dreams into reality, women's retirement confidence and know-how is low. According to a 2012 survey, 92 percent of women of all ages in this country don't feel they're educated enough to reach their retirement savings goals. For the woman who doesn't know where to start or would like a knowledgeable guide who speaks her language, financial expert Mary Hunt offers a comprehensive but approachable resource for saving and planning for retirement.
Whether she feels entitled to retire at age 65, hopes she'll be able to stop working someday, or is convinced she'll never be able to retire, every woman will find real help in these pages. With her signature no-nonsense, energetic style, Hunt assures women that it's only too late if they don't start now. She clearly covers every aspect of retirement planning during every season of a woman's life, giving women the confidence they need to shape their futures.
Mary Hunt is founder and publisher of "Cheapskate Monthlyb," "which has 35,000 print subscribers and an average of 800,000 web site hits per month. Her books have sold nearly a million copies and her daily newspaper column, "Everyday Cheapskate," is syndicated through United Features. Hunt is also a weekly contributor to KNBiTV Midday Report in Los Angeles and has been featured in magazines such as "Woman's Day, Family Circle," and "HomeLife." She speaks widely on personal finance and has appeared on shows such as "Oprah, Good Morning America, The O'Reilly Factor, "and "Focus on the Family." S