AARP Roadmap for the Rest of Your Life: Smart Choices About by Bart Astor

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By Bart Astor

Solid ideas and step by step directions for making plans the following degree of your lifestyles

Life after 50 isn’t what it was once. the principles have replaced. not more assured pensions, retiree future health plans, or large rest and trip. It’s time to forge new paths and create cutting edge versions. That’s the place the AARP Roadmap for the remainder of Your Life is available in. Bart Astor, writer of greater than a dozen books, deals a complete consultant for making way of life judgements, transforming into your nest egg, and understanding your ambitions. This AARP book—

• presents information at the key components you’ll have to think of: funds and paintings, wellbeing and fitness and health, Medicare and Social protection, property making plans, assurance, housing, and more
• bargains specialist pointers on growing age- and health-specific targets via a private “Level of Activity” scale according to how lively you could and wish to be
• contains information for locating enjoyable and pleasant actions or even finishing your bucket list  
• provides ready-to-use worksheets that will help you set and meet monetary making plans pursuits, get your criminal affairs so as, and hold sufficient wellbeing and fitness insurance
• encompasses a finished checklist of important assets

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On the final days of interviewing, I found myself sitting outside the regional vice president’s office, but instead of feeling good, I began to feel bad. Something was wrong. My stomach began to turn as I realized that I was doing the same thing my poor dad was doing, the only difference was I was thirty-two and my dad was fifty-nine and we were both interviewing for jobs. The offer of money, security, title, promotion, benefits had called to me and I found out which character inside of me was responding.

The choice of my past being the same as my future . . ” That puzzling statement crinkles a few brows . . but what I am saying is that most people afraid of change or risk will wind up doing the same thing tomorrow as they are doing today. For many people, surviving one day at a time is better than risking today for a better future. I understand that strategy for life. Today, I occasionally see my friends who are still beach boys on Waikiki Beach and I envy their life—especially when I’m sitting in a 747 flying from London to New York or Los Angeles to Sydney.

Rich dad explained: “At thirteen, while your dad was in school learning about the ABCs of job security, I was facing the real world—the world he faces today. As a young teenager, I had no education, no money, a brokenhearted and sick mother, a family to take care of, a failing business, and no one to fall back on. In retrospect, it was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. The reason I have so much money today is because I had no sanctuary to hide in . . and that is why I won’t give you a hand right now.

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