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2009-08-28 20:19:43 - By

What is the Best Retirement Newsletter To Subscribe To?



Click Here For a Free 30 Day Trial of Retirement Weekly

There are many issues that will confront you when you reach retirement age.

Many "retirement newsletters" will simply focus on one thing - your finances.

This is fine, however there are many other issues that confront those who are about to retire and those who are already retired.

Cultivating and preserving your nest egg is of the utmost importance, to be sure - but what about some of the other important issues?

How about effectively managing IRA and pension distributions?

How about dealing with and understanding recent rule changes that will have a direct impact on your retirement?

How about estate planning? Dealing with taxes? Insurance? Health care?

All important issues, no? These are all issues that should be covered by any retirement newsletter.

Lucky for you, there is a newsletter that does cover these very important issues.

-- marketwatch - retirement weekly newsletter --The newsletter is titled "Retirement Weekly" and is distributed by Marketwatch.com (which is owned by the Wall Street Journal).

The newsletter is written by Robert Powell III, who is a well-known financial journalist that has written for the WSJ and the Financial Times. Powell also executive produces the show "More than Money" on PBS. In short, he knows his stuff.

"Retirement Weekly" focuses on all of the issues that are important to retired and soon-to-be retired people. The newsletter is filled with practical advice, explanations of certain concepts and rules that are important to retired people, and ways that you can nurture your nest egg without taking any unnecessary risks.

Marketwatch is currently offering a FREE 30 day trial of the weekly newsletter.

Don't like it? Simply cancel before the 30 day trial period is over and you won't be billed a penny. It's as simple as that. Marketwatch (and by extension, the Wall Street Journal) are very reputable companies that won't give you any issues if you decide to cancel.

If you do decide to continue with the newsletter then you will only have to pay a very reasonable $49 for a one year subscription. This works out to less than $1 per newsletter - not a bad deal at all.

Click Here For a Free 30 Day Trial of Retirement Weekly


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