Saving for Retirement without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the Lottery

A pot of gold at the end of every worker’s rainbow…this is how some of us see retirement. How about the most of us? Will there be a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? Truly, talking about the retirement gives me goose bumps.  Will our daughter take care of us when we retire? Our daughter is a very sweet, kind, caring and loving person but her traits are not assurance that she will take care of hubby and me because she is going to have her own family and life. Besides, we don’t want to be her burden. What hubby and I want is to harvest that pot of gold and make the most of our retirement. But how can we do that?

I was browsing the net when a paperback caught my attention because of its title “Saving for Retirement without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the Lottery”.  It is an incredibly simple step-by-step guide to investing money for your retirement written by Gail MarkJArvis, an award-winning personal finance columnist read by millions of people each week.

In this book you will discover…

  • How much you’ll need and how to get there…even if you’ve fallen behind
  • Exactly how to set up IRAs, 401(k)s, or 403(b)s in minutes and pocket your tax money
  • How to harness the money-making power of the stock market
  • How to pick the right mutual funds confidently with simple strategies and specific recommendations
  • Incredibly easy, safe investing strategies based on professional money-management techniques
  • “Gimmick-free” investing shortcuts that won’t backfire on you
  • How to keep debt from making you poor
  • How to get reliable help if you need it…and avoid incompetents or scam artists
  • How the new 2006 pension laws affect you

I can’t wait to read it and learn all the guidelines and strategies that will help us build our retirement savings.

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8 thoughts on “Saving for Retirement without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the Lottery

  1. I’m grateful that retirement here is included sa tax we pay…though I’m not sure if I’d be happy to stay here or go back home…still, saving up for when we’re older is always a good thing.

  2. yes, it’s better to save early even with little amount and you’ll be amazed how it grow without you even noticing it, save for the rainy days or in this case, retirement days 🙂

  3. Yeah, Retirement saving is hard. Why should I save when I can spend my money now? I can use the money to buy new clothes, tickets to shows, eat out, and many other fun things. Hahaha… well that’s not cool since we have to get financial security for the future. Thanks for posting this one. Really learned a lot.

  4. Looks to be an interesting book! Please share what you learn to us 🙂

    I hope there is a similar book catered for the Philippine context.

  5. Like you this has been on top of my research list. We have to make wise investment and savings for our future so that we won’t live a pauper life and bet on lotteries when we grow old. hehe.:)

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