How to Decide What to Do When You Retire (Retirement Planning Book 2)

How to Decide What to Do When You Retire (Retirement Planning Book 2)

by Mel Clark

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Overview

Everyone who has a job dreams of the day they'll retire. They envision cross-country road trips or relaxing cruise vacations. But after they've had their fill of fun and leisure, what's left?

"How to Decide What to Do When You Retire" aims to help you fill the inevitable gaps long before you're ready to retire. This book will show you how.

The last thing you want after you've said goodbye to your career is to find yourself with no purpose, nothing to fill those empty hours. This guide will help you connect the dots. It will show you help you look at what makes you happy, what brings you the joy, and what makes sense for you and your future.

If you're ready to take charge of your retirement, buy a copy of this book today and learn how to make your retirement dreams a reality!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156262878
Publisher: Clear Thinking LLC
Publication date: 01/17/2018
Series: Thinking About Retirement
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 258 KB

About the Author

Mel Clark writes about personal finance, retirement planning, and martial arts.

His blue-collar union family parents raised him and his two sisters in a wonderful environment for children.

However, the family was always in debt, always making payments, and never saving.

As a result, Mel feels called to share hard-won money lessons with working folks. He wants them to understand they can benefit from saving and investing.

They don’t have to be rich to achieve financial independence.

He and his lovely wife Linda live near Virginia’s Blue Ridge Parkway. They enjoy ballroom dancing, the occasional camping trip and a silly game called Bananagrams.

Mel is graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.

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