Retirement Planning for 20- and 30-Somethings
Think the picture of retirement is far off? Financial experts say that it can literally pay off to begin saving at an earlier age.
If you’re a Marin County Library patron in your 20s and 30s and you're looking for introductory guidance on the topic of retirement planning, this subject guide is just for you. Reading about personal finance may not sound like the most exciting prospect, but the resources listed here will help to make the process a little less painful. You’ll find books and online resources that feature easy-to-follow explanations, anecdotes, quizzes and more.
All of the books featured in this guide can be found through MARINet, the Marin County consortium of libraries.
Here's how to use this guide:
- Navigate using the tabs at the top or the menu on the left of each page.
- On the center of each page, you'll find a selection of hand-picked resources. Click on a resource title to view its record in the MARINet catalog. Here you'll see what library or libraries in Marin County have that book on the shelf.
- The right-hand side of each page features tips for searching. Try out these tips to find more books and other resources about personal finance, retirement and investing.
- You can also use the MARINet catalog link in the "Library Links" box to do keyword searches from any page.