How to Retire Happy - Retirement With a Difference! The How to Retire Happy Website covers retirement planning topics such as Top-10 Reasons to Retire Early, Signs You Are Enjoying Retirement, How NOT to Retire Happy, and Letters & Reviews about The World's Best Retirement Book. You will also find retirement resources such as Retirement Poems, Retirement Quotes, Retirement Humor, and Retirement Sentiments.
Retirement Resources and Articles to Help You Retire Happy, Wild, and Free:
Retirement Poems to Help You Retire Happy: Poems about retirement and retirement party verse for retirees who want to retire happy, wild, and free
Retirement Quotes and Retirement Sayings to Help You Retire Happy. Also Funny Retirement Quotes Used in How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Readers of my books often write to me about how much they love the quotations I include. Here are some of the quotes related to retirement that were used in The World's Best Retirement Book:
Retirement Calculators to Help You Determine Your Required Retirement Savings and How Much Money You Will Need for Retirement Including Simple Retirement Calculators
Retirement Humor to Help You Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Funny retirement quotes and retirement jokes.
Retirement Sentiments That Can Be Used for Retirement Cards and Retirement Parties to Help People Retire Happy, Wild, and Free:
Retirement Wishes and Retirement Toasts That Can Be Used for Retirement Parties and Retirement Cakes
Retirement Cake Sayings and Retirement Party Ideas to Help People Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
Table of Contents from How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Chapter Titles and Chapter Topics for The World's Best Retirement Book That Gives Retirement Wisdom That You Won't Get from Your Financial Advisor
Best Places to Retire Happy Wild and Free: Where to Retire and Hang Your Retirement Hat Including Best Places to Retire in North American and the Best Places to Retire in the World
Money Tips for the Retired: How to Live Like a Millionaire without Actually Being One
The World's Best Retirement Book by Ernie J. Zelinski: Retirement Wisdom You Won't Get from Your Financial Advisor
Top-10 Reasons to Retire Early and Other Important Retirement Wisdom That You Won't Get from Your Financial Advisor: Including Why You Should Plan for an Unexpected Early Retirement
My Retirement Plan for Retiring Happy, Wild, and Free by Ernie Zelinski and Retirement Quotes Relating to Other People's Retirement Plans
How Much Money Do I Need to Retire? In other words, how much should I save for retirement or have I saved enough for retirement? Another question people ask themselves: "Is 2 million enough to retire?"
Include Your Spouse in Your Retirement Plan and NOT in My Retirement Plan: Couples in Retirement. Retirement can bring its own state of dejection, shortly after people leave the workforce or much later when adversity strikes.
Retirement or Reincarnation: by Mark Rieke: Before I was retired I liked the word "retire." However now that I am retired, I have come to dislike the term. Unfortunately, the word "retirement" sounds like you are tired again or are close to death.
Irrefutable Signs That You Are Enjoying Your Retirement: Ah, retirement - there is no life like it! Retirement should mean adventure, satisfaction, and happiness all on your own terms!
Retirement Advice - Be Happy While You Are Alive Because You Are a Long Time Dead
How NOT to Retire Rich — It's Easy! 35 Sure-Fire Ways to Ensure That You Live Broke, Retire Broke, and Die Broke!
How Not to Retire Happy - Easier Than Shooting Fish in a Barrel! Retirement Activities to Help Retirees Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: If you really believe that happiness can be bought, then why don’t you try selling some of yours?
Retire Rich But Die Broke: How much money should you have when you die? As little as possilbe. In fact, your retirement plan should be such that the last check that you write is to the undertaker and it bounces.
Letters and E-mails from Readers as well as Reviews by the media of The World's Best Retirement Book: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
Reviews of How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free by St. Petersburg Times and Quintessential Careers: Get this book if you look forward to a retirement with "zing."
The following is a review that appeared for the first edition of How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free on both Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. This review is one of my favorites.
A Reader States, "Starting with high expectations given the title, which is usually a setup for disappointment, it ended up being my favorite read of 2009."
THE WORLD'S BEST RETIREMENT GIFT
A gold watch is the most appropriate gift for retirement, as its recipients have given up
so many of their golden hours in a lifetime of service.
— Harry Mahtar
The requirements for successful retirements
are, of course, simple to map out: Begin saving earlier in life, set aside larger
percentages of your pay, invest wisely in low-cost funds, avoid debt, pay off
your mortgage, defer Social Security to boost payouts, and work past traditional
retirement age to make sure you don't run out of money. Stay healthy, too, so your medical expenses
don't eat you alive.
We might as well complete this fairy tale by advising you to make sure you find a job with a
traditional pension, and
to only work for employers with AAA credit
ratings and great health insurance.
— from US NEWS
Sometimes it's important to work for that
pot of gold. But other times it's essential to take time off and to make sure that your most important
decision in the day simply
consists of choosing which color to slide
down on the rainbow.
— Douglas Pagels
How to Retire
Happy, Wild, and Free on Amazon.com
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Everyone needs a reason to put their shoes on in the morning [when they retire]. If you put on
the slippers, you'll end up
dragging your feet all day.
— Norma Fagan
OVER 295,000 COPIES SOLD
The Joy of Not Working on Amazon.com
Whatever the challenge of a new age, in the end what really counts is not the years in our lives but the life
in our years. It is not about longevity, but the depth of life. Long ago I learned that age does not wither the
mind if people remain positive. No one is too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. It is a mind
game. As Churchill suggested, "The empires of the future are the empires of the mind."
— Singapore Retiree Jennie Chau
CAREER BOOK FOR RETIREES WHO WANT TO WORK IN RETIREMENT
BUT NOT IN CORPORATIONS
SUCCESS WITHOUT A REAL JOB
Career Success Without a Real Job