Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers

Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers

A Retirement and Aging Roadmap for Single and Childless Adults

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Baby Boomers retiring: American Baby boomers are aging and fifteen million of them never had children. Who will take care of them' Unprecedented in U.S. history, this demographic will create challenges for these individuals as well as for society. Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers is a passionate exploration of the path ahead for "Solo Agers." Solo Agers aging well: In Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers, Sara Zeff Geber coins the term "Solo Ager" to refer to the segment of society that either does not have adult children or is single and believes they will be on their own as they grow older. However, it's not just the Solo Ager that can learn from this book. Financial advisors, elder law and estate attorneys, senior care managers, and others whose clientele is on the far side of sixty will benefit as well. Retirement and good living: With a compelling and accessible style, Gerber takes listeners on a journey, starting with the choice for childlessness and why so many boomers were able to make that decision. She then reviews the role of adult children in an aging parent's world and suggests ways in which Solo Agers can mitigate the absence of adult children by relationship building and rigorous planning for their future.
Publisher: Old Saybrook, Conn. :, Tantor Media ;, [2019]
Edition: Unabridged.
Copyright Date: ℗2019
ISBN: 9781541468566
Characteristics: 1 online resource (8 hr., 2 min.)
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