How to be Happy, Retired and Single

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$23.90

A retirement planning book for Singles who are approaching retirement, or already in the early years. It will provide you with a valuable guide through lots of issues that most financial advisers don’t talk about.

Description

Retirement for singles is different to couples.

We’ve been telling people the real story about retirement for over 10 years and we’ve learnt that singles have to manage a range of issues that are quite different to those facing couples. On top of that, Singles don’t have many sources of information to assist them.

That’s why we have published a retirement planning book for Singles who are approaching retirement, or already in the early years. It will provide you with a valuable guide  through lots of issues  that  most financial advisers  don’t talk about.

This book contains chapters from over 20 leading experts and contains lots of practical and inspirational advice. Like most books on retirement, it includes some good financial advice, but that’s just the start.

It’s really about the big picture and focuses on ideas to help you really enjoy this next stage of your life.

So what’s in the book

Here are the titles of some of the chapters in the book –

Being a single retiree          Holly Richardson, Editor The Retiree Magazine (2007 – 2013)

The world is your oyster     Holly Richardson, Editor The Retiree Magazine (2007 – 2013)

Where are you going to live   Paul McKeon   Founder 50 Plus Books

Keeping your money working hard   Robert Simon AMP Advice

Age Pension – Are you eligible?      Mel Richardson Department of Human Services

Looking after your health   Dr. Steve Hambleton     Aust. Medical Assoc. President (2012 – 14)

True Wellness           Prof. Marc Cohen   RMIT University

Handling anxiety and stress     Sandra Kimball Relationship Counsellor

Surviving separation and divorce     Anne Hollonds     Psychologist

Are you ready to start dating?   Sherri Mulconry   Relationship Counsellor

Happiness – How you can experience more     Prof. Tom Sharp   The Happiness Institute

Working in Retirement   Jenni Proctor Career Strategist

 

This book has been purchased by 2 major superannuation funds to better prepare their members for life in retirement

 

We also offer a 30 day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied

Testimonials

I have already purchased a copy of How to be Happy Retired and Single

I turned 60 this year and realize that I can now retire.....I've just got to make THAT  decision.

I find your services like that friend I don't have, to get some understanding on a topic that I'm  under-prepared for.

Graeme

4 reviews for How to be Happy, Retired and Single

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Debra Hallatt

    My husband died just before he planned to retire and I faced retirement as an unprepared widow. A friend told me about this book and after reading it, I felt far better prepared to handle the changes that life has thrown my way.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Poulas

    It was great to find a book that covered the issues that I was having to deal with. Being single and retired is certainly different from being part of a couple. The issues covered in the book were certainly relevant and the advice given was practical and easy to follow. Well done.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Graeme K

    I have purchased a copy of “How to be happy, retired and single”. I turned 60 this year and realise that I can now retire….I’ve just got to make THAT decision.
    I find your services like that friend I don’t have, to get some understanding on a topic that I’m under-prepared for.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    Maurine Taggart

    Being both single and in my 60s, I’ve been feeling invisible since leaving work.

    A friend told me about this book and it was a real help to find a book written for someone in my situation. The advice is practical and I’ve recommended your book to some other friends

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