If you start working at age twenty and retire at age sixty, thereas a good chance youall spend as many years in retirement as you did working. Michael Bivona, a certified public accountant who retired almost twenty years ago, shares how he saved enough money to retire comfortably. He also explores the importance of continuing to be productive and having fun even after you stop working. Drawing on his professional expertise and experiences, he helps you: develop retirement plans realize the full value of Social Security payments explore your passions and stay healthy celebrate life with the people you love Bivona also shares his love for dancing, traveling, and writing, helping you come up with your own ideas about all the things you can do once you stop working. Life may be short, but retirement can last longer than you thinkaand you need to make the right moves to enjoy it to its fullest.It didna#39;t take too long for me to appreciate the advantages of not having to write checks manually, of not having to insert bills into ... Just the savings on postage stamps, which seemed to be increasing in price every year, was worth changing my life-long ... I know that many retirees already use computers to pay their bills.
|Author||:||Michael Bivona, CPA|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2014-12-12|