Boomer Retirement Tips You Can Read in About 60 Seconds (or a little more)

This is the post excerpt.

Two key thoughts go into making up this blog.  1. You are a busy person—a boomer or a “seasoned senior”(born before 1946)— in retirement or about to retire. 2. You need good retirement tips that might, just might, give you some insight on this myriad of confusion called retirement. That being said, this blog intends to give your quality ideas on retirement, living well, staying healthy, investing, running a part-time business—items that get you to say “I’ll be damned!”  All presented on a fast food platter. Stick with me every 60 seconds or maybe a little more.   It took you approximately 15 seconds to read this statement (95 wds).


Author: David Wilkinson

Web master: web site is marketing concepts for small businesses targeted around web site design and follow on customer building concepts like email marketing, use of social media, media coverage and search engine optimization. In addition, Wilkinson is a bookwriter. Along with his brother,Don, David has written and published two business books: "Stop Wasting Your Wealth in Mutual Funds." and "Rollover— Make Your Retirement Savings Last Longer Than You Do" Second book schedule to be published in February 2017.

3 thoughts on “Boomer Retirement Tips You Can Read in About 60 Seconds (or a little more)”

  1. This book should be on the list of 10 “Must read retirement Books”. The authors take you on easy ride NFL easy to read book: on how to build your retirement egg nest. They give you facts on retirement benefits. They show you the express lane to get to your goal and be ready that time of life: Retirement Age. I read it. I am ready. I highly recommend this book.

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    1. Thanks for your review of our book. My brother and I tried in our writing to explain the challenge of retirement in a new and entertaining way to insure seniors that
      retirement can be the best experience of one’s life if prepared for it. That’s what we set our to do. Good reading.


  2. Read the book. It’s a must if you are starting to build your egg nest. A book full of facts easy to follow and do it for real. You will want to have it at reach for review frequently. Even people that have their retirement set up and are at peace with it You better think again when you read it.


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