How is your nest egg?

Gilbert, Jo
November 1993
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov93, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p41
Discusses different methods of retirement planning. Inadequacy of Social Security; Consulting financial planners; Saving early in life; Non-qualified and qualified plans; Investment in certificates of deposits and bonds; Diversification of portfolio; Guideline for determining how much to invest in fixed instruments and growth accounts; Investment on individual stocks, annuities, private pension plans and prime rate trusts. INSET: Retirement-plan alternatives for..., by Andrew E. Greta..


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