The Good Retirement Guide 2023
Everything You Need to Know About Health, Property, Investment, Leisure, Work, Pensions and Tax
by Jonquil Lowe
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Pub Date 03 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 03 Apr 2023
Kogan Page Ltd, Kogan Page
Inflation is at an all-time high, the cost of living crisis is among us, with no sign of disappearing, but what does this all mean for your retirement?
With the latest insights on inflation and cost of living, investments, pensions, and tax, The Good Retirement Guide 2023 is the essential, updated guide to ensure you do not miss a step to a successful retirement.
Are you considering retirement but are anxious about high living costs, worried about the volatile pensions industry or simply concerned about what retirement will be like? This fundamental edition addresses these topics and includes new content on moving into a cashless society, efficient ways to make lifetime transfers to younger generations and how to take advantage of the tax-free lump sum from a defined-contribution pension scheme.
Plan effectively, save efficiently and wholly enjoy your retirement with this latest guide.
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An excellent guide to retirement which contains details that people need in an updated form. For example the effect of inflation is addressed. Thank you to netgalley and the publishers for giving me a copy of the book
I have found previous years of this guide immensely helpful and this year's version is the similarly essential. Lots to take on board and lots of practical advice. Updated for 2023.
The first thing that I want to note about this title is that it is geared toward British readers. For that reason, some of the specifics may not be as useful for those from other countries. However, that said, there are many good things to think about here and with a bit of research, readers can most likely find similar resources in their own countries.
There are a number of chapters that have to do with finances, including budgeting, pensions, tax and more. I like that there other sections that look at options for life as a retiree; for example, there are sections on leisure activities including adult education, the arts, dance, museums and more. There are also chapters on starting a business and even one on looking for paid work. In addition, there is a detailed section on health.
This is a book that includes a lot. Readers can tackle it by going straight through or by focusing on areas of interest.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher. All opinions are my own.
Pub date: 03 January 2023
Many thanks to NetGalley and Kogan Page Ltd for this title. All opinions are my own.
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