Marc Bineham, former AFA national president, has launched new book, The Money Sandwich, aimed at helping over-50s better manage their money and retirement.
Now available for purchase, Marc Bineham – who worked as a financial adviser for over 30 years – said the book deals with the “sandwich generation” of people in their 50s and 60s who are in the last decade or two of their working lives.
“This is a demographic I know very well because I belong to it, as do my friends and family,” Mr Bineham said.
“It is also a demographic I feel really needs help as many are at a critical time in their lives, both personally and financially.”
The book also deals with building financial plans and an investment portfolio, better understanding superannuation and how to find and work with a financial adviser.
“This is a great period of our lives but financially it comes with significant challenges because of the competing priorities,” Mr Bineham said.
“The Money Sandwich is designed to help people successfully navigate these challenges by providing practical, easy-to-understand knowledge, tips and action lists on all aspects of financial management for pre- and post-retirement.”
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