Baby Boomers Biggest Worry: Am I Going to Outlive My Money?

Rollover! A new retirement book targeted directly to 76 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964 on the best course to take with their 401ks and other savings accounts when they depart the work place.

They are called “Baby Boomers” and reflect accurately the most wealthy, most active, healthiest, and possessing the most political clout of any definable group in our nation’s history.

Unfortunately, this group never met a purchase they didn’t like.

Thus, boomers are the most ill prepared group as a whole in our nation’s history to retire with financial stability.

The time is right for a book that brings to the table the best course of action for millions of aging boomers who have 401(ks) and other like retirement plans.

The number one concern this group has (latest research) is the possibility of outliving their money when they retire. Boomers are bombarded almost daily with breaking stories about retirement and a coming retirement crisis with shortfalls on everything fromSocial Security to healthcare services.

Rollover! It’s a timely book with a cutting edge title needed by millions of advancing retirement age Americans with nest eggs saved during their working years who are now becoming perplexed and worried over the prospect of not knowing how to protect and preserve these assets during their retirement years as income and beyond as an inheritance for their children.

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Author: David Wilkinson

Web master: web site is www.mktingco.com...Creates marketing concepts for small businesses targeted around web site design and follow on customer building concepts like email marketing, use of social media, media coverage and search engine optimization. In addition, Wilkinson is a bookwriter. Along with his brother,Don, David has written and published two business books: "Stop Wasting Your Wealth in Mutual Funds." and "Rollover— Make Your Retirement Savings Last Longer Than You Do" Second book schedule to be published in February 2017.

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