Get the Most Out of Retirement: Checklist for Happiness, Health, Purpose, and Financial Security (Paperback)
How to Get the Most Out of Your Retirement. Whether you're planning for or already living in retirement, there's a lot that goes into making the most of every day. From crafting a budget and managing your money to last a lifetime to simplifying your life so you can really focus on what you want to do next, Get the Most Out of Your Retirement walks you through the process. You'll get step-by-step, practical tips to: - Nurture new and old relationships - Find meaning through volunteer and work opportunities- Take classes and pursue hobbies- Decide where to live- Retire abroad- Get organized and clean out the clutter- Stay within your budget- Simplify the legal paperwork- Live healthfully- And more Our generation has decades of bonus] years ahead that our parents didn't have. This is the one book you'll need not just to manage the business of life wisely but to make your retirement rich with health, happiness, and meaning. Sally Balch Hurme is author of the bestselling Checklist for My Family: A Guide to My History, Financial Plans, and Final Wishes as well as Checklist for Family Survivors, the 2015 Grand APEX Award winner, and Checklist for Family Caregivers. A lawyer with more than 20 years of experience advocating for people 50-plus and helping them understand complex issues, she recently retired and shares her professional expertise and personal experience in this newest book in her Checklist series.
Sally Balch Hurme, J.D., is currently a project advisor with the AARP Health Law Education team. In her more than 20 years at AARP, she has advocated on a wide range of issues, including consumer fraud, fi nancial exploitation, elder abuse, surrogate decision making, advance care planning, predatory mortgage lending, health care fraud, and fi nancial security. She is well recognized as an elder law advocate who is quoted frequently in national media, including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CNN.com, Money, Kiplinger's Retirement Report, NPR, and AARP The Magazine. Although she has written more than 20 law review articles on elder law topics, Hurme has focused her professional career on explaining the law so that everyone can understand it. She has lectured in Australia, Japan, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy, Czech Republic, Great Britain, and Moldova on elder abuse and surrogate decision making. She is also in demand as a speaker, having given more than 100 presentations on elder law topics in at least 40 states.