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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

5 Books to Read Now if You Want to Retire Rich

February 06, 2018
The traditional retirement playbook is out-of-date, and in its place we have a grand, DIY experiment. Unlike prior generations, most of us won’t count on company pensions for a guaranteed chunk of our retirement income. Yet we’ll live longer than our grandparents, on average. That’s got its pluses and minuses, of course: more time for second (or third) acts AND more time to accumulate medical bills. We’ve got to write our own playbook and save enough to fund our own plans.
Today’s edition features books that offer some golden-year guidance, both for individuals and society as a whole. What are your favorite books about retirement or retirees? Let me know at Also, check out the smart piece by MONEY's investing expert, Paul J. Lim, on why the stock market is crashing, and what you should do about it.
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5 Books to Read Now if You Want to Retire Rich The best retirement planning books, according to experts.
Why the Stock Market Is Crashing, and What You Should Do About It The Dow Jones Industrial Average has lost around 2,200 points since Jan. 26, which would mark the start of an official 'correction'
You Can Get a Free Frozen Yogurt Today. Here’s How Happy National Frozen Yogurt Day!
The Scary Truth Behind That E*Trade Super Bowl Retirement Commercial The problem isn't "DJ Nana."
Our next question comes from Erik Madsen, 62 and recently retired, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa: “If you are recently retired, what are your plans for managing long-term health care?  Why did you choose that option?” Keep in mind that Medicare isn't going to float you here -- the program doesn't pay for nursing home care or home health aides under most circumstances.
Please send your responses to me at
Could Virtual Reality and Robots Slow the Global Aging Crisis?
With 27.3% of its citizens already aged 65 and over, Japan is experimenting with technology to ease the country’s aging crisis. STAT NEWS
Life After the Super Bowl: How 3 Former NFLers Transformed their Careers
Only 4% of former pro football players transition into jobs with broadcast media when they retire. Here’s what they do instead. LINKEDIN
Skip the Rocking Chairs for these Rock Stars of Aging
Aging well requires an engaged mind, body and spirit—and plenty of humor. KAISER HEALTH NEWS
Health Care Costs Could Soon Eat Up Your Social Security Checks
By 2030, out-of-pocket health care spending will consume half of a Medicare recipient’s monthly Social Security check, according to a new report. AARP

Elizabeth O'Brien is a senior writer at MONEY, covering retirement and health care. You can email her at elizabeth.o' and follow her on Twitter at @elizobrien.

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