Retirement Advice, Without The Sugarcoating

There are two overwhelmingly appealing things about Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz’s new personal finance book, which is aimed at those 50 and over.

First, almost its entire focus is on answering the most pressing questions that readers are likely to have. For example, if you are now in your 50s and really haven’t begun saving for retirement, you want to know what you need to do to catch up. The book’s answer: Save 40 percent “or more” of your current income.

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