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Retirement Planning Through Life Stages

Retirement Planning Through Life Stages focuses on the impact that life stages and situations have on retirement planning. Financial planners will receive valuable insight and options to help their clients create successful retirement plans that clients' individual and diverse personal needs.
Situations covered include:
  • The client who is thinking about making a mid-life career change, taking a sabbatical, or becoming self-employed
  • The client who is divorcing or re-marrying and is concerned about their financial security
  • The client who has just lost a job or received an early retirement package
  • The widowed client is facing retirement alone
  • Clients who want to make sure their children get an early start on their own retirement savings
  • Same sex couples who are concerned about how current laws affect their retirement planning
Retirement Planning Through Life Stages is part of CCH's Financial Advisor Series, written by financial advisors for financial advisors; however, "laypeople" will find the information very interesting and easy to follow.
Written by Lynn Biscott. Published by CCH Canadian Ltd., 2000.
B507 $24.95

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Last modified: May 17, 2000

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