Thinking outside the box is one of those catchphrases that started popping up in business conversations a few years ago. It is a colorful metaphor that means to think differently, unconventionally, or from a new perspectives.
To think outside the MONEY box requires taking a fresh look at many of the financial challenges facing retirees in the 21st Century. Many investment strategies that worked in the decades of the 1980s and 1990s simply don’t work today. And yet many, even in the financial advisory community, are still living in the past.
In this book, you will find several specific examples of new-era strategies and concepts that solve the retirement challenges that are unique to baby boomers today.
Thinking Outside the Box not only shines the spotlight of logic and rational thought on “mainstream” concepts that simply do not work anymore, but also provides the clear vision you need to see what does work and why.