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What to Do to Retire Successfully is an enlightening blend of actual retirement scenarios intermingled with healthy, practical advice from a respected neuropsychiatrist, who is a fellow retiree with a wonderfully optimistic glass-half-full philosophy on living a fulfilling retirement life. Dr. Goldstein taps into his financial and psychiatric background as he explores the potential pitfalls of life after career's end, while providing helpful, proven solutions for a feasible and effective adjustment into retirement. He also analyzes how a range of personality types cope with retirement and suggests necessary modifications, as well as probes the unique problems of those forced into early retirement. He addresses financial issues with specific formulas for maintaining standard of living, steps for saving and investing, and tips for handling retirement resources. The lifestyle sections cover creating a dynamic plan for retirement living, the importance of setting up routines, keeping your mind engaged, daily exercise, and making the necessary preparations for a successful transition into retirement living. What to Do to Retire Successfully will become the go-to manual for the 77 million baby boomers slated to retire over the next 20 years.
Martin B. Goldstein received his undergraduate degree in pharmacy from Long Island University and his medical degree from the Chicago College of Midwestern University. A fellow of the American College of Neuropsychiatrists, he has authored numerous professional articles and has lectured extensively at colleges, universities, and medical conferences. He has retired from a clinical practice specializing in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental disorders and is enjoying retirement in Avalon, NJ.