Posted on 23 October 2012
By Mark Miller
Great company indeed! My book, The Hard Times Guide to Retirement Security, was named this week to Chris Farrell’s list of the top seven books for money and careers at NextAvenue.org. Other authors on the list include Peter L. Bernstein, Burton G. Malkiel and Marc Freedman.
Chris is economics editor for American Public Media’s Marketplace Money, radio program, and author of three books, including The New Frugality: How to Consume Less, Save More and Live Better. About the Hard Times Guide, Chris wrote:
I’m a fan of syndicated columnist Miller’s roll-up-the-sleeves approach to retirement planning. His book had breadth. It covers topics ranging from investing for retirement to understanding Social Security to the benefits of lifelong learning.
About a third of the Hard Times Guide deals with advice on working during the traditional retirement years. Since retirement could last 20 years or more, Miller writes, “working for even a few additional years can pay a surprisingly large bonus.”
Gotta admit, it’s a bit of a mutual admiration society; read what I had to say about The New Frugality here.