I enjoy browsing articles about retirement and how to prepare for retirement by building the financial assets to support the retirement that I want to have. But this is one article about retirement planning whose likes I have never seen before. It discusses a book that describes the seven equations that can serve as your guide to a retirement that is as secure as you can make it.
"Actually, the world of retirement has had these equations for a while, in some cases for hundreds of years. But Moshe Milevsky, a York University professor, has put all these equations into one readable and, truth be told, highly accessible book, 'The 7 Most Important Equations for Your Retirement.' "
After reviewing just this article about the book, I am not sure how readable the book is. My first college degree is BS Mathematics and I think I might face a challenge understanding the book in detail. But if it gives examples complete with details of how to apply the seven equations to your personal situation, it might be pretty interesting.
7 equations to build a secure retirement - Robert Powell - MarketWatch