Powerful Women Plan for Retirement

Powerful Women Plan for Retirement

Author: Debra K. Menke

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 9781631950308

Category: Business & Economics

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Make a plan now and manifest a rewarding and abundant retirement: “A book that countless women are waiting for.” —Marianne Williamson Coach and personal finance professional Debra K. Menke spent years watching powerful women not properly plan for retirement. To help this strong tribe of women take ownership of their financial freedom, she offers this love letter as a route to retirement success. In Powerful Women Plan for Retirement, Debra helps women to: Figure out exactly how much money they’ll need in order to retire Quit guessing whether they’ll be ready to retire in ten years Create a solid retirement plan and never stress about it again Ensure their plan doesn’t fall apart, even when life happens Plan their exit strategy and start living the life of their daydreams
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