In The Bottom Line, out next Monday...
Will the economy get better in 2012? Should you keep your money tucked under your mattress or should you dip your toe back into the investment waters? Is the retirement age of 65 still feasible?
These are the questions that the first 2012 edition of
The Bottom Line Magazine seeks to answer.
The newly redesigned magazine will be distributed Island-wide with next Monday’s edition of
The Royal Gazette. The Bottom Line team spoke with Bermuda’s leading investment experts to get their views on what the markets are likely to do this year.
The issue’s cover story investigates whether retiring at 65 is still realistic and relevant in light of today’s economic realities. Most experts told The Bottom Line that no, 65 is just a number.
The magazine also sat down with bosses of all four Bermuda banks to hear what they had to say about the Island’s economy and potential recovery.
A new section, called Blast From the Past, offers a glimpse of a bygone era of business in Bermuda with a chance to win a prize.
“As Bermuda’s number one business magazine, we aim to feature the behind-the-headlines stories of local business and the many people who drive the Island’s economy,” said Jonathan Kent, editor of The Bottom Line.
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