Creating A Happy Retirement

Creating A Happy Retirement

A Workbook for Planning the Life You Want

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Baker & Taylor
A guide to planning a personalized retirement outlines ways of thinking while offering practical organizational strategies for deciding what to do and how to make specific goals possible. Original.

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Everyone wants to tell you how to plan financially for your retirement, but what will you DO when you retire? The first 2 stages in life are your education years and working years. Then we reach the retirement years, when suddenly WE have to decide for ourselves what to do. This book explains how to think about your retirement and provides a practical way of planning how you will live your retirement years.

Independent Publishing Group
Our life can be viewed as three stages. In the first, we are told what to do and when to do it by our parents and teachers. In the second, our employers give us directions, usually with set working hours. In the third stage, when we retire, what we do with our time and lives is something we must decide. The transition into retirement, with seemingly endless options, can be challenging. Most books on retirement concentrate on the financial aspects of retirement. This is book does not. This is a workbook crafted to help you plan your own life after work: both long-term and day-to-day. It does not tell you what to do; it provides you with the tools to create your own action plan. The book leads you and your partner through a series of exercises designed to help you understand and focus on what is important to you, and make the decisions which will help give your retirement years a structure. The book includes access to a kit of forms and exercises; a workbook for planning your retirement. This book explains how to think about your retirement and provides a practical way of planning how you will live your retirement years. There is little written about this topic; the majority of books out there are aimed at financial planning, while the next largest cohort of books speaks to eldercare and housing for those who need assistance in their later years.

Publisher: North Vancouver, BC ; Bellingham, WA : Self-Counsel Press, 2013
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781770401655
1770401652
Branch Call Number: HG185.C3 R53 2013
Characteristics: vii, 95 pages ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Richardson, Lois A. (Lois Ann), 1944-

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