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More Money in Retirement: The Four Best Books on Retirement

2023-11-29T15:29:11.197Z

Highlights: Four guides show you how to get more out of your retirement provision. Whether it's about to retire or long-term planning, a retirement guide can help. With the right plan, retirement can be more secure than you think. More Money in Retirement: The Four Best Books on Retirement.. Status: 29.11.2023, 16:00 PMphthalmologist Sven Trautwein is the author of the guide. He says: "Retirement planning raises a variety of questions and possibly concerns"



Status: 29.11.2023, 16:00 PM

By: Sven Trautwein

With the right plan, retirement can be more secure than you think. These guides show you how to get more out of your retirement provision.

Depending on the stage of life and personal circumstances, the topic of "retirement planning" raises a variety of questions and possibly concerns. How can I ensure that I have sufficient financial resources after the end of my career? What measures can I take during my career to earn more pension points? Many different topics appear in the four titles that we present to you here. Whether it's about to retire or long-term planning, a retirement guide can help.

Four guides show you how to get more out of your retirement provision. © dts News Agency/Imago/Verlag Stiftung Warentest (Montage)

Isabell Pohlmann "My Pension"

There are good arguments for taking a closer look at the "statutory pension" offer. Stiftung Warentest's guide deals with these and other questions using numerous practical examples. It provides information about the newly introduced basic pension and the many other legal changes in recent years – important keywords are, for example, the flexi and mothers' pension. Whether you're changing careers, taking a step back for family reasons, or planning a smooth transition to retirement, this book title can provide some initial inspiration.

Your personal roadmap: How to make the right decisions for more retirement at important stages in your life. Career and family: Getting more out of it than an employee, self-employed and in family time. The pension in mind: Increase your pension with voluntary payments, find the right date for the jump. Flexi pension: What it brings, when a part-time job is worthwhile in retirement and how much remains net.

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Isabell Pohlmann "My Pension"

2021 Verlag Stiftung Warentest, ISBN-13 978-3-747-10380-7

Price: Softcover €19.90, 160 pages

Matthias Kowalksi "My supplementary pension"

With comprehensible example calculations and helpful checklists, the pension experts at Stiftung Warentest provide the necessary knowledge to structure your retirement. There are four ways to supplement your retirement benefits. The first method is to get an accurate view of your financial situation. Only by identifying assets can a supplementary pension be effectively planned.

It can be advantageous to combine different payouts - when does this make sense and what do you need to look out for in the mix of pension models? Also, find out what type of pension you are. - Determine the amount and duration of your pension: find your personal strategy - Immediate annuity or withdrawal plan: what is most worthwhile for you - Retire property and stay in your home: life annuity, usufruct and co. - Find reputable providers: with up-to-date test results

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Matthias Kowalksi "My supplementary pension"

2023 Verlag Stiftung Warentest, ISBN-13 978-3-747-10643-3

Price: 22.90, 160 pages

Rolf Winkel "The Little Pension Guide"

What applies to the statutory pension from 1.7.2023? What options are there for certain age groups when it comes to retirement? What are pay points and how are they calculated? How can I take early retirement, early or gradual retirement? How do I receive a supplementary pension from the statutory pension insurance by buying off deductions? These and many other questions are explained in "The Little Pension Guide".

You will be informed in detail about the new pension regulations that came into force at the beginning of 2023, such as the free choice of partial pensions independent of earnings and the abolition of the additional earnings limits for early retirement pensions. You will also learn about the pitfalls associated with the combination of job and pension - for example, in the case of unemployment and health insurance. The guide also discusses the changes to the disability pension, which will come into force on 1.7.2024 and will bring a significant increase in pensions to people with long-term reduced earning capacity.

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Rolf Winkel "The Little Pension Guide"

Everything you need to know about retirement

2023 Academic Working Group, ISBN-13 978-3-965-3341-3

Price: Softcover €19.99, 312 pages

Natascha Wegelin "Madame Moneypenny: How women can take their finances into their own hands"

Natascha Wegelin encourages women to take their finances into their own hands and to be independent of the state and their partner – but she is aware that financial advisors and service providers often make this difficult. In her work, the financial blogger collects advice and tricks with which every woman can develop her individual savings and investment strategy, and at the same time helps to overcome fears and reluctance when dealing with investments and shares.

Financially independent and self-determined – this book shows how it's done! For 75 percent of all women in Germany, the pension will later be less than 400 euros. Why? Because women still earn less and a man is not a retirement plan.

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Natascha Wegelin "Madame Moneypenny: How women can take their finances into their own hands"

2018 Rowohlt, ISBN-13 978-3-499-63374-4

Price: Paperback 14 €, 240 pages

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This article was created with the help of machine support and carefully reviewed by editor Sven Trautwein before publication.

Source: merkur

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