Avoid Retirement and Stay Alive

Avoid Retirement and Stay Alive

The New Retirement Revolution

Book - 2008
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Checked your forehead lately?

See a use-by date?

No? Then why on earth are you worrying about retirement?

Wake up - retirement is a dumb idea with no place in modern society. It's absurd, economically unviable and can kill you. In a radical, bound-to-be controversial but definitely thought-provoking new approach to the second half of your life, David Bogan and Keith Davies challenge you to turn everything you've been conditioned to think about retirement on its head.

Here, in Avoid Retirement and Stay Alive , Bogan and Davies skillfully dissect the retirement industry and arrive at some life-changing conclusions, with real life examples of enlightened individuals who have looked intelligently at their future and decided to live actively and stay in control. There is an exciting, vibrant life beyond a miserly, uncertain retirement.

Bogan and Davies will show you how to:

Remain active in a new, scaled-back career without giving up traditional retirement activities Invest in your physical, mental, and emotional health Plan for an occupation that will keep going as long as you do
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2008.
ISBN: 9780071545938
007154593X
Branch Call Number: 331. 398 BOG
Characteristics: 283 p.
Additional Contributors: Davies, Keith 1946-

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Dec 26, 2012

This turns the whole industry created "Freedom 55" philosphy on its ear. The book asks the question, "Why are those working to age 65 seen as failures?" Food for thought, the earlier you retire, the earlier you die. This is a must read for anyone still pondering their own personal retirement and what it will look like.

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