Reading this well prepared book provides more reassurance that slipping into the retirement zone doesn’t have to be spelled ‘emotional and physical hospice’ …many of us push aside thinking ‘maybe tomorrow’. Well tomorrow is here for many of us and Scott organizes all the important ideas we’ve been avoiding and at the same time makes the process not only enlightening but also enjoyable reading.
This is a superb map toward discovering how to embrace the older years gracefully and fruitfully. Read this book to prepare yourself – and to own informed information to offer those who may need it. Highly Recommended. Read full review here.
Author of War Songs
This is a perfect little book for your retirement check-list. This book is great for people reaching retirement age, just planning ahead, or for those of you who may be helping your parents get a grip on their future. I found every aspect of this book helpful in one way or another. Read full review here.
Maurice on Books
The Naples Daily News
Scott Page gives easy (and even fun) ways to develop a workable plan for living out our lives with greater peace of mind and security regardless of our current age and station on life.
Senior News Watch
I can’t think of a person who wouldn’t benefit from picking up this easy-to-read, concise book full of sound advice about putting a plan in place to ensure your security as you grow older. Scott Page gets right to the point of what you need to know to protect yourself in the future so you can enjoy your life more now! Buy it. Read it.
97.1 FM The River
Exceptionally well written and impressively well presented, “It’s Never Too Late” it highly recommended for community library and senior center instructional self-help reference collections.
Midwest Book Review