ISBN: 164611339X
EAN13: 9781646113392
Language: English
Release Date: May 5, 2020
Pages: 152
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 8.9" L x 5.9" W
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Keys to a Successful Retirement: Staying Happy, Active, and Productive in Your Retired Years

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Book Overview

A practical and balanced guide to living your best life after retirement.

Congrats on your retirement But now what will you do with all that free time? With Keys to a Successful Retirement, you'll discover everything you need to know to get your retired years off to a great start.

Covering topics like finances, embracing your passions, and dealing with feelings of aimlessness, grief, and depression that may crop up, this in-depth guide to retired living answers all the burning questions you want to ask-as well as those you're afraid to. Take a complete look at your newfound freedom and explore what it really means to have a successful retirement.

This in-depth guide includes:

  • Essential basics-Make sure you're retirement ready with advice for managing your savings, dealing with healthcare, staying fit, and more.
  • Handling tough times-Dig into the more challenging aspects of retirement, like how to best handle the effects it can have on your mental health.
  • Be your own boss-Get guidance that teaches you how to decide what you want your retirement to be and how you can lean into the things that you love.

An exciting new chapter of your life is starting-get a helping hand ensuring it's the best it can be

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   insightful and enjoyable one-day reading
As a 2019 mid-life retiree, I greatly appreciate Fritz's perspective. I enjoyed his book over the course of one relaxing Saturday and recommend it to those transitioning from a 30+ year career to the freedom that lies afterward. He teaches his students how to manage health, wealth and time.
   Very good, if a bit short
The book is concise and short, but I am a huge fan of the blog. I feel the book is a good supplement because it is all in one place, despite the fact that it is a quick read, offers insights without hopping between articles and is also written in a format that is easy to read. Also, I think it's fairly priced for the content Fritz provides, so I would consider it a'safe' buy in the arena of retirement books, he said. If you are looking for a book on how to calculate discounted cash flows or how to figure out your "magic" retirement number, there are other books out there for you. This is a great look at a personal journey in the few years leading up to retirement and the revelations afterward with a number of warnings about potential retirement blind spots, he said.
   Don’t judge this book by it’s cover.
I almost didn't buy this book because I didn't like the cover. Yes, I did eventually, and am glad I did. I am ready to retire within a few months or less and have been reading every retirement book I could find. I will say this is the best of all the books I have read. It's not just about the financial aspects, but more importantly about the other aspects of the business. It's a great book. Even though he's not a huge fan of the Beatles' music, he has grown fond of the cover. We're having a blast, said Bustamante.
   Great book on retirement and pre-retirement
What a great book on retirement and pre-retirement, Michael Schweer said. I've been reading the Retirement Manifesto blog for some time and since I like it so much I decided to buy the book. In this book, Fritz covers all aspects of planning and preparing for retirement. The book goes beyond financial information and covers the personal aspects of retirement. This book is a reflection of him, Hachette said. A great deal of customer service, and highly recommended.
   Great Retirement Planning Book
I have read many different books on retirement, but this one stands out. It touches on the money but really focuses on your purpose, he said. Easy to read and the 24 takeaways are the new roadmap to my retirement, I can't recommend this book enough.
   Fantastic read!
He also covers the technology that really matters. Anyone who has retired should read this book.
   Great reading to prepare for retirement!
I have read it twice and found it to be a great read. Packed with real life, usable information presented in an easy to read style that is a credit to the author and his obvious concern to help the reader prepare for a great retirement, the book was a hit. This book is not just about accumulating money for retirement, it also brings in the important issues in the softer side of retirement, such as healthcare costs and saving for retirement, he said.
   An indispensable guide to doing retirement right
I wish I had this book as my years of gainful employment were winding down, he said. Yes, I got the money side of retirement down cold. But when it came to the reason-to-get-bed side of retirement, I kinda struggled. The book would have saved me a lot of aimless and pointless days, he said. This book is so good, I can't recommend it highly enough. He has an endearing writing style, and he gives you all the tools you will need to generate a dependable monthly income, protect your nest egg from the vagaries of a fickle world, and ultimately, develop a purpose that excites you. This book will show you how to retire with verve and aplomb, and will appeal to Gen Xers and retirees alike. I recommend this book to anyone who reads it.