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Thinking Smarter

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Thinking Smarter by Shlomo Benartzi
May 12, 2015 | ISBN 9780698195851

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“This is a most unusual retirement planning book, for it focuses squarely on the psychological barriers to good saving, investing, and life goals achievement, and from a scientific perspective. I have never seen an account of these issues that has such a solid and detailed plan for dealing with these all-important barriers.”
ROBERT SHILLER, Nobel Laureate, professor of economics, Yale University; author of Irrational Exuberance and Finance and the Good Society
“Too often, ‘retirement planning’ is limited to financial issues, leaving many vital factors unaddressed. In this highly original and practical book, Benartzi helps people prioritize their goals for their later years, and shows them how to really think creatively about their future.”
RICHARD THALER, University of Chicago; coauthor of Nudge and author of Misbehaving
“This book transformed the way I think about my future goals and how to reach them. I absolutely love the goal planning app that accompanies the book and brings the ideas to life. It is a game changer for how financial planners will help their clients get the most of their retirement years.”
MARK CASADY, chairman and CEO, LPL Financial
“Benartzi provides a powerful, innovative framework for thinking more deeply, broadly, and clearly about retirement and about many of the most consequential decisions affecting the rest of your life. Entertaining, full of lively examples, valuable insights, and practical advice, this small book can make a big difference.”
MARK IWRY, coauthor of Aging Gracefully and Automatic: Changing the Way America Saves

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