'Want excellent insights on retirement planning from a professional who's actually experienced retirement himself? You'll get just that from Stan Hinden's book, "How to Retire Happy", now in its third edition. Stan was a "Washington Post" financial reporter for 20 years, and after he retired, he wrote the "Post"'s "Retirement Journal" column for which he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. What I like about Stan's book is that it combines good financial planning information with his story about his own retirement. He's candid about the mistakes he made and how he'd do things differently with the benefit of hindsight' - Steve Vernon, columnist, CBSMoneyWatch.com. 'Everyone in the workforce today should read this book' - Horace B. Deets, former Executive Director, AARP Award-winning. "Washington Post" retirement columnist Stan Hinden's bestselling "How to Retire Happy" helps you decide if you can retire now, or whether you have to stay on the job for a few more years. This trusted guide has been fully updated to address the stomach-churning issues created by financial market volatility and the economic recession. Will you have enough money for health care?
Do you need - and can you afford - a longterm care policy? How much income can your savings produce? The third edition of "How to Retire Happy" provides answers to these questions - plus all-new information about: a new menu of Medigap insurance policies; new strategies for maximizing Social Security income; and, making your money last through a long retirement. Apply Hinden's reliable, easy-to-understand advice and experience a happy, healthful retirement for years and years to come.
Stan Hinden was a Washington Post financial reporter for 20 years. From 1996 to 2003 he wrote the Post's "Retirement Journal" column for which he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Commentary in 1998. Currently he writes the "Retirement Perspectives" column for AARP Financial. He resides in the Washington DC area. Visit him at StanHinden.com.