A personal finance guide for baby boomers to help them use the money they have to create income for a good semi-retirement.
When financial expert Martin Hawes turned 50 he realised there were many more mountains he wanted to climb, but he wasn't getting any younger! So, he thought, he had to make the next twenty summers really count.
Eight years later he is down to twelve good summers and this is the fully updated and revised edition of his book, Twenty Good Summers. It includes all the wisdom of the original book as well as new information that Martin has gleaned over the intervening years.
Twenty Good Summers will show you how to free up your lifestyle and organise your money to get the income you need to get on with the rest of your life.
Learn how to:
*plan the life you want.
*maximise your financial potential in your earning years.
*recognise when the time is right to make the break.
*reorganise your finances to sustain your new lifestyle.
*choose a financial advisor who will work best for you.
*manage your investments during boom and gloom cycles.
About the author:
Best-selling author and presenter Martin Hawes enjoys mountaineering, climbing, hiking and skiing. Oh, and when he's working he provides individualised financial coaching to help clients become wealthy and free to pursue their dreams too.
Allen & Unwin - NZ$35.00 A$28.00
Note publication 3 January 2013