Unlike most retirement planning and lifestyle books that focus on investing - or at the other end of the spectrum, on how to get the senior discount on a Grand Slam Breakfast at Denny's - this new book from Jeff Yeager, America's favorite cheapskate, makes the compelling case that you can have a joyous, worry-free retirement by merely spending smart and focusing on what you truly want and expect out of retirement.
Combining Yeager's loveable humor and offbeat anecdotes that have garnered him an ever-growing fan base, the official "Savings Expert" for AARP shares with readers hundreds of retirement secrets and tips, including: How to Simple-size Your Way to a Better Retirement; The 20 Secret Cheapskate Principles for Retiring Comfortably on Less...Maybe Even on Social Security Alone; How to Survive the Medical Maelstrom (without resorting to DIY surgery at home); Plus Dozens of Fun Ways to Both Earn a Little Extra Income During Retirement and Painlessly Cut Your Expenses.
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Encouraging Reinforcement for a Frugal Lifestyle
- J. Byerly "Due to being on the road hours most days, I'm an avid Audible fan! I live vicariously through the stories as the miles pass."
Repetitive, Redundant, Ridiculous
I am not sure if anyone would enjoy it or find it useful.
I would be very interested in a book that offer clear, specific and well-thought-out information on how to stretch the one's retirement dollars.
He was okay.
I would delete much of the verbiage. The author repeats the same information, over and over again, indicating that some point he is going to get to the meat of book; however, he never does.
It is as if the author has very little to say on the subject, but is being paid by the word, so he stretches every idea and concept out in the vaguest of terms. He sort of talks in circles, repeating each idea over and over again.