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Retirement Renaissance™ - by William L. Clarke | A New Look at Retirement Planning Through the Eyes of a Veteran Retiree
Most books on retirement planning deal almost exclusively with financial planning, not retirement planning.

Retirement Renaissance™ takes a different look at retirement planning. Most books on retirement focus on financial planning. In fact, if you look up retirement planning on the Internet, you will get thousands of hits on financial planning. It seems there is an implied connection between the two terms. Perhaps some people think that if a senior gets his or her financial house in order, everything else will fall into place. As a veteran retiree, I can tell you that there is much more to retirement than simply taking care of your money. Retirement Renaissance™ takes a macro view of retirement planning and explores all aspects of the retirement experience. The reader gets a candid view through the eyes of a veteran retiree who has already experienced the real world of retirement. No one is better qualified to talk about retirement than a person who is already retired.

Retirement Renaissance™ deals with the real world issues that seniors struggle with prior to retirement and the actual realities of life after retirement. The first several chapters provide an overview of the issues that are changing the way seniors think about and plan for retirement. The main thrust of the book is to provide a prospective or new retiree with the tools needed to prepare a comprehensive retirement plan that touches all aspects of retirement life.

Retirement Renaissance™ is for all types of retirees whether a successful executive, an entrepreneur, a professional, a blue- or pink- or white-collar worker, an educator, an artist, a soldier, a politician, a farmer, a musician, or a stay-at-home parent. Most seniors will experience some of the same things that I experienced in the early days and years of retirement; some good and some bad. You have the opportunity to take advantage of the knowledge and wisdom of a veteran retiree. I've "been there—done that—and am still doing it" so you can learn from my mistakes and discoveries and thus create a more complete and fulfilling retirement experience. Good Luck.
–Bill Clarke, Author

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There is a renaissance beginning to occur in the way Baby Boomers think about and plan for retirement. The expectation of a “gold watch at 65” or a traditional retirement is changing. The Boomers are challenging the existing paradigm about when to retire, what to do in retirement, or whether to retire at all in a traditional sense. Many Boomers will continue to work, full or part-time; regardless of their economic status because they view work and career as an integral part of a whole and satisfying lifestyle. The new paradigm views retirement as one possible option rather than a necessity. Retirement Renaissance explains the phenomenon and how it will impact your retirement plans. The key message is that you need more than a financial plan to navigate the new world of retirement planning.
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