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When I'm 64: Planning for the Best of Your Life

3 Ratings: 5.0
2009 nonfiction book by Marvin Tolkin and Howard Massey.

There's no reason to ever let age slow you down.When I'm 64: Planning for the Best of Your Lifediscusses how one should spend their retirement years, and hopes to push seniors to treat the last few decades as something the previous half dozen … see full wiki

Author: Marvin Tolkin, Howard Massey
Genre: Retirement Planning
Publisher: Tributary Press
Date Published: October 14, 2009
3 reviews about When I'm 64: Planning for the Best of Your...
review by . April 25, 2010
Marvin Tolkin is the kind of neighbor you wish for - a man so comfortable with where he is in the realms of post working years - that he is able to take away all of the anxiety about thinking about those years when most people think they must stop working. But in today's economy, when elder people are being sought for the work force to replace those holes created by the untrained or the unenthusiastic or the victims of our multiple wars, this little book is a special guide for making those plans …
review by . April 17, 2010
There was not a single item of advice for "retirement" planning in this book that I have not heard before, yet there was not a single item that I considered superfluous, redundant or unworthy of inclusion. Successful financial planning is a mindset that is very perishable, constant reminders of the need is necessary, especially when you are under fifty. Until you hit that landmark age, sixty-four is always in the distant future, something you think about but would rather not worry about. And if …
review by . April 06, 2010
Tolkin, Marvin and Howard Massey. "When I'm 64: Planning for the Best of Your Life", Tributary Press, 2010.    Approaching the Later Years    Amos Lassen    I have never slowed down because of age. In fact, the opposite is true--since I turned 50 I have really speeded up. I have never really wondered what I will do with the rest of my life but I know that is not true for everyone and that's why this book is so helpful. You get answers to …
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