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Pensionize Your Nest Egg: How to Use Product Allocation to Create a Guaranteed Income for Life

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Pensionize "Verb." 1. To convert money into income you can't outlive. 2. To create your own personal pension, a monthly income that lasts for the rest of your natural life.With the subpar performance of the markets, record-high personal debt levels, and shockingly low savings rates, it's clear that many Canadians expecting to retire in the next decade simply don't have a s ...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published October 8th 2010 by Wiley (first published August 30th 2010)
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Lise Andreana
Jul 25, 2012 Lise Andreana rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Exceptionally clear guide for retires. As an advisor this is my go to book recommendation for clients seeking to understand how to build a sustainable retirement income.
Brian Connell
Seemed objectively written, with explanations of the risks around retirement income and some good ideas to think about when approaching retirement income planning. Contains an introduction to annuities and some the newer life insurance company products that guarantee an income for life with other benefits, and how they can be used to reduce the risk that your nest egg will be depleted too early. A lot of the planning centers around the "Retirement Sustainability Quotient (RSQ)" which provides a ...more
Catherine Cronin
There are many books on investment. There are few that tackle the withdrawal phase. This is one of them. Milevsky is an accomplished academic in the financial planning, risk management and insurance fields, and he has the ability to communicate clearly in terms that most of us can understand. Of note, this book is cowritten with Alexandra MacQueen, who is a very helpful regular at the online Canadian Money Forum. The analysis and explanation are required knowledge for people who want a sustainab ...more
Kent
Aug 01, 2015 Kent rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent, just excellent. Elegant walk between the science and the art of planning your retirement income. Very good balance between small words and identifiable concepts with critical strategy and actions. Recommended for every adult over the age of 40. I will read other books by Milevsky.
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“Exhibit 6.2 Cost of $1,000 in Monthly Lifetime Annuity Income, Starting at Age 65 Year Male Female 2004 $157,432 $167,818 2005 $157,255 $167,817 2006 $151,700 $161,363 2007 $151,524 $160,966 2008 $147,953 $155,843 2009 $156,500 $165,502 2010 $170,116 $178,410 2011 $174,828 $182,952 2012 $187,008 $195,216 2013 $183,728 $191,571 Average $163,804 $172,746 Source: CANNEX Financial Exchanges for non-COLA-adjusted qualified annuity income with a 10-year guarantee for California.” 0 likes
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