Book Review: “Tax-Free Retirement” by Patrick Kelly

This book is, or should be, the model for books of its kind–it is short, filled with practical and useful advice far outside of the realm of retirement planning (including an implicit endorsement of the biblical practice of tithing), and full of useful information about what can be done to reduce or eliminate taxes paid on retirement. Especially useful for entrepreneurs and higher income workers, the book excels in examining the tax implications of IRAs, 401(k)s, Roth IRAs, and life insurance, and should be a must-read for those who wish to maximize the tax saving benefits of retirement planning and have the self-discipline to avoid the traps of present-oriented thinking.

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