Retirement Income: An Owner's Manual
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As owner, president, and chief tax strategist for the company, Stovall provides an invaluable perspective on the intricate relationships between tax and business issues to clients across the United States and Europe. With his extensive knowledge and background, Stovall also wrote “The Future of T
It is the embodiment of your time, your talents, and your commitments. Money represents more than the paper it’s printed on. It buys the food you eat, the house you sleep in, the car you drive, and the clothes you wear. It also helps provide you with the lifestyle you want to live once you retire.
With his extensive knowledge and background, Stovall also wrote “The Future of Taxation: And How to Prepare.” Stovall has been featured on national media outlets including The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch, Investment News, Financial Planning Magazine, Bloomberg and numerous radio broadcasts. . In January 2010, after two decades of public accounting and C-level private industry experience, he founded what is now Stovall and Associates, Ltd., an independent certified public accounting firm located in Minnesota. About the Author Nick Stovall, CPA/PFSsm, CGMA, MBA, is at the forefront in accounting; strategic retirement planning; business, IRA and technical taxation; tax law and policy; and investing. As owner, president, and chief tax strategist for the company, Stovall provides an invaluable perspective on the intricate relationships between tax an
tom penland said Incase you don't know, Retirement IS ALL ABOUT THE INCOME.. As an RICP designated retirement planner, I think I have read almost everything out there on the subject of retirement income planning. Some of them I have purchased and some of them, clients have brought to me, saying, "let me know what you think of this book." Many of them are too basic, most of them are trying to sell you something and they gloss over too much. Most people never get it, when it comes to retirement. It is about right choices and right, not right predictions. The earning years are over and it is all about how to make the most o. Excellent Book covered alot of areas without pushing companies, products, certain stocks or mutual funds. Ski n Surf Interesting "Retirement Income" planning book written by a CPA and portions by a retirement adviser. This book covers 15 unique chapters over 180 pages. I like how they wrote the book using sound financial advice. Here are just a few areas they cover. Risk tolerance, creating a plan, organizing your assets, information on social security, tax advantage strategies, tax-free alternatives besides municipal bonds and Roth IRA's.. Disappointing at best. pei99 I purchased this book along with 4 others on the subject of retirement income and was disappointed because they all basically covered the same topics at a very basic level: organizing your assets, the color of money, creating an income plan, understanding social security, taxes, supposed new ideas for investing, and how to find a financial advisor.The biggest disappointment was because I was expecting the book to be about how to create retirement income but he only had one chapter entitled "Creating an Income Plan", it was less than two pages, a