Creative Retirement for Women

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Creative Retirement for Women is a solution based guide for the most common problems of retirement for women and couples. The book provides practical solutions for a wide variety of difficult retirement topics. As a therapist, the author's focus is to help you discover your personal traits and interests for designing your individual plan for maximum benefit. 

About the Author

Author Name : Lee Johnson

     Lee Johnson(1954-)was raised in San Francisco and was influenced by the culture of the 1960s and 70s. He received a Masters of Social Work in 1978 and became licensed(LCSW) for private practice in 1981. His practice involved group and individual therapy, bereavement counseling in a hospice, marriage counseling, biofeedback, and medical social work. Due to broad interests, he became a stockbroker and an insurance agent to set up 401k and 403b retirement plans for clients. He has been an active investor in the stock and real estate markets since 1987. His integrated background in psychology, investing and health results in a unique and balanced approach to retirement.

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