“Retirement Heist” – Risk vs Reward

by gradycarter

I have been reading the book Retirement Heist by Ellen E. Schultz for a little while because it is my sleepy reading book, and I keep having to go back and re-read. The thing is that the information is fascinating, but it just seems to move so slowly for someone like me. With all of that being said it constantly helps me better understand who the power differential between an employer and employee might become a real problem that could lead to legalized fraud. I thought that this page in the book (which I’m reading from the Kindle App on my phone) helped explain this risk vs reward relationship – as it shouldn’t be with people’s retirements.

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