Book Review: Winning Or Losing The Financial And Retirement Race

Everybody alive today is running in the retirement race of their lives, inning accordance with Robert Lamoreaux, author of Winning or Losing the Financial & Retirement Race. Similar to any race, there are guidelines to be followed, and times are kept to identify the winners and the also rans. Robert Lmoreaux uses the example of running a competitive race to achieving a successful monetary status for retirement. The book explains in detail how the reader can finish inside the winners circle upon retirement.

Estate planner Robert Lamoreaux brings thirty-five years of hands on estate planning experience to composing this step by step book of retirement race winning methods. Similar to any race, the runner must set some objectives, and plan strategies and methods for reaching them successfully. Because everybody alive today, and is running in the race of a lifetime, all of us need to get ready for crossing the goal with our arms raised in accomplishment. The book sets out the guidelines and strategies for completing the race ahead of the pack.

Robert Lamoreaux (photo left) points out in blunt style that everybody is consisted of in the race to retirement merely by virtue of living. There is no choice in the matter. At the same time, everyone in the race is at different stages, as the race start has actually staggered entry times. The book thinks about the numerous stages of individuals’s lives, and the different strategies to be utilized to lap the field.

From the extremely young adult, to mid and late profession individuals, to those in retirement now and nearing the end of life, easy to follow directions are explained in detail. From goal setting to useful concepts for living life on a more solid monetary foundation, the book provides the framework for victory.

As with any race, the runner should work within the guidelines, and follow the timing procedures set out by society for the decision of your successful progress. While intentionally avoiding the technical and legal complexities, the author provides the background and recommendations for discussions with expert people, in the various fields from accounting to financial preparation to law. The book provides the base for more examination and study of the more specific technical details. By emphasising the essential principles that everybody on the roadway to retirement should understand, the author develops a tool kit that can be applied to anyone at any phase of life, or existing financial status.

For me, the power of Winning or Losing the Financial & Retirement Race is its practical step by step method to attaining financial self-reliance upon retirement. Without sacrificing the great life, a healthy and prosperous retirement is an objective that can be reached without severe painful sacrifices. Strong advice for making good financial investment decisions, operating a sucessful service, and making sensible purchases of the needs of life are covered in detail.

The author likewise acknowledges that the roadway won’t be smooth, and the race will typically have numerous hurdles to clear and challenges to prevent. The book features chapters on health and medical expenditures, marriage and family expenditures, as well as preparing for funeral service expenses and estate preparation. By not avoiding potentially painful events of life, the book becomes a far more effective preparation tool for the typical individual.

I advise Winning or Losing the Financial & Retirement Race by Robert Lamoreaux as an effective and truthful retirement and estate preparation guide. Whether you are twenty or eighty, or any age between, there is suggestions fit to you and your personal race to retirement.

Read Winning or Losing the Financial & Retirement Race and be a winner in the retirement race for you and your household. Since you are currently participated in the race, you may too remain in it to win it.