Top positive review
Strategies focused on taxation, not about asset managemnt
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2019
I learned one very important thing from the book: you cannot contribute to a Roth IRA after you stop being gainfully employed. The book clarifies the difference between the various types of retirement plans and how your assets in those plans are taxed as you contribute to and withdraw from them. Within are stiff warnings on how severe tax penalties can be when you don't follow the IRS guidelines Each chapter begins with a bit of an abstract that lets you know if you really need to read the chapter or not; a nice feature. What's not included: a guide on how to make your money last; look elsewhere for that (Jane Bryant Quinn's "How to Make Your Money Last" is good). There is no advice on building, maintaining, or utilizing wealth. Bottom line, I got my money's worth from the book and will be referring to it again in the future.