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"Bart Astor has written a marvelous, eminently readable guide for achieving balance and happiness in all the areas of life as you grow older. Health, wealth, lifestyle, leisure, family: If you're looking for a shot-by-shot course map as you play life's back nine, this is it. This book deservesand will earna prime spot on your desk or night table."
Tyler Mathisen, anchor, CNBC
"For a personal GPS, pick up a copy of the AARP Roadmap for the Rest of Your Life. Bart Astor delivers with a comprehensive, easy-to-read, tip-laden guide that will make the rest of your life the best of your life. This holistic roadmap will put you on a path toward successful and rewarding years aheadwhether you retire or not."
Jan Cullinane, retirement expert and author of AARP's The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement
"In my experience, people who are most successful in this special chapter of their lives prepare themselves well in advance to meet their financial, health, intellectual, and social needs. Astor addresses all the major opportunities, issues, and challenges."
Thom Clement, Executive Director, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University
Bart Astor (BartAstor.com) is a recognized expert in life's transitions and eldercare. His Baby Boomer's Guide to Caring for Aging Parents is in its second printing. Author of eleven other books as well, Astor has appeared on television and radio shows, including ABC's Good Morning America, PBS's Marketplace, and Ric Edelman's The Truth About Money.
Not much here that I hadn't seen before . For someone who hasn't even started thinking about retirement, this is a good overview of everything that you need to consider. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
A little too basic.. If you've never thought about retirement issues, it might be a good place to start your journey.Published 1 month ago by M L Banda
A must read for every senior
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Helpful if just thinking of retiring. Once retired, it is a rehash of what you already know. there is a lot about what to do and planning for activities once retired, which is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by H. E. Tatham
a good introduction to the issues facing you as you approach retirement. i particularly liked the chapter "Have 'the Talk' with your Heirs", which has a very good... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Christopher