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Yes, You Can Still Retire Comfortably!
The Baby-Boom Retirement Crisis and How to Beat It
by Ben Stein, Phil DeMuth
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Yes, You Can Still Retire Comfortably!

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Publisher Hay House
Publication Date February 2006
ISBN 9781401933340

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A specter is haunting the baby-boom generation-the specter of retirement. The generation that's used to having it all is suddenly finding that it doesn't have enough. The stock market bubble has deflated, interest rates are at all-time lows, Social Security is questionable, pension plans are underfunded, and personal savings are woefully inadequate. This comes at a time when medical advances are assuring that we'll be the longest-lived generation ever.

The authors grapple with the coming baby-boom retirement crisis and show you how to get back on track. They outline the steps you can take today to assure your future tomorrow. Backed up with the facts and figures, they lay out exactly how much you need to save in order to maintain your standard of living, and how to invest your dollars to get the maximum return from your savings. For those already retired, they explain how to tap in to your next egg to get the most income while keeping your money safe. This is a survival manual for the difficult but exciting road to retirement security.

Don't leave middle age without it!

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Ben Stein, a nationally renowned “Renaissance man,” hosted the long-running quiz show Win Ben Stein’s Money. He is a former White House speechwriter, Wall Street Journal and American Spectator columnist, trial lawyer, law school professor, scriptwriter, and novelist—and author of several self-help books on finance. He has seen the biggest (Richard Nixon) and the most famous (many Hollywood stars) ruin their lives. He has also seen how some seemingly ordinary people made something great of their lives—by doing the opposite of what he sees as ruinous acts and modes of thought. He lectures nationally on finance, politics, and how to improve one’s life.

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Phil DeMuth was the valedictorian of his class at the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1972, then took his master's in communications and Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Both a psychologist and registered investment advisor, Phil has written for The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, the Louis Rukeyser Newsletter, and forbes.com as well as Human Behavior and Psychology Today. His opinions have been quoted in theStreet.com, On Wall Street, and Fortune magazine, and he has been profiled in Research Magazine and seen on Forbes on Fox.