AARP The New Retirementality: Planning Your Life and Living Your Any Age You Want

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 20, 2011 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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With this latest edition of The New Retirementality, readers will quickly discover how to achieve the freedom to pursue their retirement goals–at their own pace, on their own terms–regardless of their age. Most people won't experience the same retirement that their parents did, nor do they necessarily want to. Page by page, top financial planner Mitch Anthony reveals how new opportunities will enable individuals to create tailor-made retirements. He includes new research and studies to back his insights and introduces readers to important concepts such as "wealthcare" and "return on life." Filled with engaging anecdotes and inspirational suggestions, this book will motivate readers to rethink the way they retire.


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The World Is Beginning to Listen
Our Means and Our Meaning
Retiring Old Ideas about Retirement
The Artificial Finish Line
Illusions Delusions and Hype
Old Messages and New Realities
Fact or Fiction?
We Want to Work
The Seven Intangibles
The Meaningful Transition
A Vision for Life
Your Story
Still Contributing
When You re Done You re Done
A New View of Old
Moving from ROI to ROL

Youre Going to Get Options After All
Is the Financial Clock Ticking?
The Day After
Age 65 Is Old
Retirement Means Youre Not Working
Retirement Is an Economic Event Exclusively
A Life of Ease Is the Ultimate Retirement Goal
I Can Do This by Myself
A New Definition
The Talent Shortage
The Brain Drain
When Is a Paycheck Not a Paycheck?
A Smoother Transition
Keeping Our Shine
The Significance of Work
Retirement Whiplash
The Flow of Intellectual Capital
Rearview Mirror
End of the Ultimatum
New Retirement Realities
The Societal Payoff
Thriving Not Just Surviving
Out with the Old
Golden Schmolden
How Old Would You Be?
Keys to Living Long
The Vitamin Cs of Successful Aging
Pumping Iron at 80
The Soul of Accelerated Aging
A Path Paved with Fools Gold
Rusty Success Models
What Do You Have to Lose?
Working It Out
Whats Stopping You?
Finding Breathing Room
Bloom Where Youre Planted
Personal Development Inventory
A Companys Vital Signs
Subtle Counterfeits
Mans Search for Meaning
Issues for Our Middle Years and Beyond
Lessons from the Sudden Retiree
Mental Challenges of Retired Living
The MoneyLife Puzzle
Moving from Financial Planning to Financial Life Planning
Financial Life Planning in Retirement
Other Peoples Money
Boomer Interrupted
Whats a Boomer to Do?
Income for Life
Our Hierarchy of Financial Needs
Paying the Bills
Locate Yourself
Paying for Survival
The Good Old Days
Safety Money
How Much Risk?
Money to Give
Dream Money
Paying for Your Life
Looking Forward by Looking Backward
Health Care or Health Scare
Financial Disconnect
Protect Yourself From Yourself
Working It Out
People Think They Are Smarter Than They Are
Too Much Focus on Past Returns
Hanging Out with Losers
Believing You Have an Information Advantage
Not Paying Yourself First
Think about Yourself
Your Money Matures Faster When You Do
Im Doing Just Fine on My Own
I Dont Want to Have to Pay for Services That I Can Get for a Fraction of the Cost
I Dont Have Enough Money to Talk to a Professional
I Dont Think I Can Trust Anyone to Manage My Money
Finding a WealthBuilding Partner
A Personal Safety Net
Creative Benevolence
Volunteering Payoffs
Something to Give
New Rules of Engagement
Philanthropy with an Attitude
What Do You Believe In? What Do You Have to Give?
More to Life

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Mitch Anthony is principal of a training and communication consulting firm specializing in the financial services and insurance industries. Over the past 20 years, he has given an estimated 2,500 paid presentations to corporations worldwide. He also writes and hosts The Daily Dose, a syndicated radio feature heard on 160 stations nationwide and has appeared on, or consulted with, a variety of national television programs.

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