Most people turning 50 have more than a third of their lives still ahead of them. Planning for this life stage is essential in order to provide economic security and to explore new lifestyles. This is a guide to resources useful to those approaching retirement, and it includes discussions of personal finance, health, housing, employment, and leisure activities. Chapters begin with overviews of the topic followed by lists of resource organizations and related publications, most of which are inexpensive or free. Appendixes list addresses for agencies on aging, tourist bureaus, and consumer services. More focused than Edward Palder's The Retire ment Sourcebook ( LJ 8/89), this is also a good source for vertical file materials.
- Karen McNally Bensing, Benjamin Rose Inst., Cleveland
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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