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Title:          Roadmap for the Rest of Your Life
Focus: Financial Security
Series: CareerEncores
Presenter:
Bart Astor
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Do you have your retirement roadmap laid out yet?  You can make your retirement "ride" more fun, exciting, and rewarding by laying out your plan today


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Webinar Overview
Life after 50 isn’t what it used to be. The rules have changed. No more guaranteed pensions, retiree health plans, or extensive leisure and travel. It’s time to forge new paths and create innovative models.

That’s where Bart Astor, author of more than a dozen books, can help.

Bart offers a numerous ideas to help you launch and lead your "second adulthood". You will gain a deeper insight into:

  • Identifying goals you have for this next stage of your life
  • How to transition from full-time work
  • Have the “talk” with your heirs
  • Swinging with the changing roles of your family and the dynamics that creates
You will also take away expert tips on creating age and health-specific goals through a personal “level of activity” scale based on how active you can and want to be.

Presenter: Bart Astor
Bart Astor is a recognized expert in life's transitions and eldercare. He's the author of the Washington Post bestseller, AARP Roadmap for the Rest of Your Life: Smart Choices about Money, Health, Work, Lifestyle, and Pursuing Your Dreams. His unexpected personal journey led him to write his best-selling book, Baby Boomer's Guide to Caring for Aging Parents, now in its second printing and critically regarded for being today's must-have healthcare resource. Bart has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows, including ABC's "Good Morning America," PBS's "MarketPlace," AARP Radio, Boomers Rock radio, and Ric Edelman's "The Truth About Money." His perspective comes from personal experience, both good and bad, and sometimes that's what matters most.

Bart has written eleven other books, numerous articles, testimony, grant proposals, training and technical manuals, white papers, and website content on a variety of subjects including eldercare, student financial aid, college admission, insurance, buying a home, and corporate social responsibility. He was also the publisher and founder of the College Planning Quarterly.