A superb introduction to the necessary financial planning no American over 40 can afford to ignore. Publishers Weekly It's time for many individual investors to make some hard choices. Baby Boomers are learning to deal with the fact that they really can't have it all--at least not all at once. Retirementology is a great guide to helping them think through their plans for living, saving, and spending. Marion Asnes, Editor in Chief, Financial Planning magazine Retirementology applies behavioral finance to retirement planning and finds we all could be doing a lot better when it comes to making decisions about retirement. But don't despair: Not only does Dr. Salsbury crisply describe our self-destructive financial behavior, he offers much more--namely, ways we can improve financial decisions. The book is a real contribution to both behavioral finance and the field of retirement planning.
NEWS & OPINION: A Defense of Business Books
Posted August 27, 2010, 8:47 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
It's a common reaction. When I explain to people that I work for a bookstore that specializes in business books, most people either furrow their brows or wrinkle their noses. Sometimes this reaction is caused by confusion as bookstores, to most people, are brick and mortar locations that display New York Times best selling fiction, spin racks of greeting cards, and children's pictures books.
NEWS & OPINION: 3x3 for June
Posted July 2, 2010, 2:38 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
Hot on the tail of the recent Inc. /800-CEO-READ Business Book Bestseller List, we're launching a series of blog posts called '3x3' - where we'll ask the top three authors from each month's bestseller list three of the same questions.
June's top three authors are: Dave and Wendy Ulrich (The Why of Work), Jim Champy (Reengineering Health Care), and Gregory Salsbury (Retirementology).