Preparing For Retirement Today: Dealing With The Financial And Physical Issues
Are you ready for retirement?
Bruce Woodley will get you started on planning for a financially secure, happy and healthy retirement. By exploring how to handle our savings and investments in a practical and common sense manner, both when we are working and in retirement, he shows that it is possible to reach our retirement goals and provide a future which is both fulfilling and enjoyable.
- The Philosophy of Retirement: Are You Ready?
- Preparing A Retirement Financial Plan
- Investments: Property, Fixed Interest, Bonds, Shares and IPO’s, Managed Funds and Finance Companies
- Direct Investing in: the Sharemarket, Unit Trusts, Superannuation Schemes, Annuities, Share Options and Option Trading
- Investing In Property and Home Equity Loans
- Family Trusts And Wills
- Planning a Lifestyle and Organisations For Retirement
- The Perils of Retirement Homes and Villages
- Where to Live: Apartments, Town Houses, Retirement Homes, Rest Homes, Hospitals
- Activities, Hobbies, Computers and Other Interests
- Medical Care and the Family
- Glossaries of Financial, Legal and Trust Terms
- Appendix – Retirement Plan Outline
Woodley shows how the new 60 is the old 40 and that we can take charge of our own future, rather than retiring from life. With a positive approach to living life to the full, we can look forward to living our dreams in our older years, with more life ahead of us. We can stay young at heart.
About the Author
Bruce Woodley was born in Whanganui where his parents had a small farm at Maxwell, north of Whanganui. He was employed as Deputy Manager at the Mobil Oil (NZ) Ltd terminal at Mt. Maunganui and in central Auckland. He graduated with a Business Management Diploma from the Auckland University of Technology. From 1975 to 2000 he owned and operated a management consultancy company which administered and assisted business and trade associations.
He also acted as mentor to companies on the North Shore for a number of years under the Business in the Community scheme sponsored by the City.
Bruce’s previous book, Profile of Associations: – How do they create wealth? published in 2008, was widely accepted by universities, libraries and learning institutions throughout the country.