offer(s) exercises to help you map your future.
" SmartMoney" magazine, 2/1/11
Nelson and Bolles provide worksheets galore, and lots of introspective exercises, but this is more than a feel-good read. There s also some substantive financial and healthcare information--including a section about fiduciary advisors--making this book a great gift for clients and prospects in midlife who may be getting ready to think about next steps.
"Financial Planning Magazine," 10/1/10
so relevant to today s maturing workforce. Grab a pen and complete the many questionnaires included in the book as you explore the financial, geographic, medical, biological, psychological and social aspects of your perfect retirement.
" Better Investing," 10/1/10
an excellent book. ...Both "Parachute" books provide useful insights and a number of exercises to help you make the best choices for this new stage in life.
Steve Vernon, blogger, CBS MoneyWatch
"it should calm your fears and put you in the right frame of mind to pursue a fulfilling retirement despite all the new challenges."
David Carpenter, Associated Press
"A useful, practical roadmap for anyone thinking about retirement, no matter how distant."
"" "USA Today"
"Filled with exercises and resources on such matters as making lasting friendships, evaluating medical treatment plans, and finding the ideal place to settle down."
"" "Employee Benefit News
""Retirement researcher and writer John Nelson argues that there are at least five other key components of a successful retirement, in addition to the financial one.""
" "Investment Advisor"
"Parachute for Retirement" isn t just a book it s a step-by-step guide to planning your retirement life.
" Wall Street Journal"
A nice compliment to the more typical IRA-intensive school of retirement planning.
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