Spencer Sherman

Avoiding Retirement Pitfalls

Assistant Managing Editor
12/08/2009
The day you leave the office with your gold watch is a poor time to start thinking about how to make investments. But in today’s wait-and-see economy, more middle-aged workers are putting off the tough decisions, says Spencer Sherman, author of “The Cure For Money Madness (Random House). And what they think is conservative may prove risky. Here’s his take on what you can do today with limited resources to plan for what will, hopefully, be abundant golden years. What’s your advice to those with retirement in sight, if not around the corner?

Avoiding Retirement Pitfalls

Assistant Managing Editor
12/09/2009

The day you leave the office with your gold watch is a poor time to start thinking about how to make investments. But in today’s wait-and-see economy, more middle-aged workers are putting off the tough decisions, says Spencer Sherman, author of “The Cure For Money Madness (Random House). And what they think is conservative may prove risky. Here’s his take on what you can do today with limited resources to plan for what will, hopefully, be abundant golden years.

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The day you leave the office with your gold watch is a poor time to start thinking about how to make investments. But in today’s wait-and-see economy, more middle-aged workers are putting off the tough decisions, says Spencer Sherman, author of “The Cure For Money Madness (Random House).

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