Work Less, Live More

Work Less, Live More : The Way to Semi-Retirement

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Ready to pursue the rest of your life? Get going with Work Less, Live More Professionally, you're experiencing the success that years of hard work brings -- but the long hours are taking their toll and you're burning out fast. Fortunately, there s an alternative to the grind: Semi-retirement. Work fewer hours, realize your goals and dreams, spend time with your loved ones -- and do it all years, even decades, before the "normal" retirement age of 65. With Work Less, Live More and a little planning, you can do it. The book provides a rational investment system based on Nobel Prize-winning research, a safe lifelong withdrawal plan and sensible spending guidelines. More importantly, the book provides the inspiring stories and insights of many successful early semi-retirees, walking proof that meaningful work -- rather than full-time work -- is both fulfilling and rewarding. The 2nd edition focuses on every age group -- especially "late bloomers" who may feel way behind. It also includes more information on healthcare issues. If you're ready to pursue the rest of your life, turn to Work Less, Live More and get going!"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 365 pages
  • 177.8 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 544.31g
  • NOLO
  • Berkeley, United States
  • English
  • 2nd
  • 1413307051
  • 9781413307054
  • 450,798

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Terrific advice on how to safely reach semi-retirement while still in the prime of life.--Mark Goines (01/01/2009)show more

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