The New Retirement: The Ultimate Guide to the Rest of Your Life

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Rodale Books, Jul 7, 2004 - Reference - 384 pages
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When is the right time to retire? Should you relocate, and if so, where? How can you make sure your money will last as long as you do? What kind of lifestyle will best suit your retirement years? Two million Americans reach retirement age each year, and they urgently need reliable information and guidance as they plan for the second half of their lives.

Drawing on the expertise of the authors-who conduct retirement seminars and have traveled extensively investigating places to retire and talking to prospective retirees and those who have taken the plunge-as well as the insights of contributing experts in various fields, Retire Right is designed to be a comprehensive, all-inclusive resource.

- Provides detailed information about particular locales, financial planning and tax considerations, lifelong learning opportunities, leisure and volunteer activities, and working after retirement

- Includes interactive surveys, questionnaires, and worksheets to involve readers in the rewarding process of planning their ideal retirement

- Delves into the psychological issues surrounding retirement

Filled with practical information and advice, anecdotes, resources, and a healthy dose of humor, Retire Right is the one and only guide retirees will ever need.

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Retirement consultants Cullinane and Fitzgerald neatly lay out key issues to consider when planning for this major transition. While financial issues like taxes get some ink, the text focuses on such ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Jan Cullinane, an award-winning college teacher and administrator, has been conducting, with co-author Cathy Fitzgerald, retirement seminars in the Cincinnati area where she resides.

Cathy Fitzgerald has worked in a variety of educational settings and is a partner, with Jan Cullinane, in Retirement Living from A to Z. She lives in Cincinnati.

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