The Best Comes Last: A Helpful Guide to Planning for Retirement
Growing old is a challenge, but it can be the most rewarding part of your life. In The Best Comes Last, ninety-year-old author Lewis Coiner offers a blueprint for a successful, enriched life as he has lived it and shares with readers how to find joy and peace in old age. Join Lewis as he explains how to plan for life after retirement, taking into account the importance of cherishing each day as another gift from God. Embrace your years, find satisfaction in your life, and learn that The Best Comes Last.
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