The Herald Tribune columnist who wrote Teach Your Wife to be a Widow offers a tri-partite program in simple terms and for...

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SAVE IT, INVEST IT, AND RETIRE

The Herald Tribune columnist who wrote Teach Your Wife to be a Widow offers a tri-partite program in simple terms and for the man of fairly simple means. How to save, and how much, and this is determined by your income; savings in real estate (and what considerations you should follow in buying a house) and savings in life insurance; with money put aside, how to invest it in the stock market, purchasing good common stocks in growth industries. The Monthly Investment plan and Mutual Funds of fer alternates, and, for some, Tax-Exempt securities will be desirable. Retirement offers the last phase, and after assessing your assets, you can decide how and where to live, what to do too; social security benefits will increase your income... A basic book, practical, practicable.

Pub Date: March 21, 1956

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Publisher: Holt

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1956