Horace B. Deets, Former Executive Director, AARP:
"I found this an extremely valuable book for me, both professionally and personally.
I have worked for many years at an organization that helps people prepare for retirement.
At age 62, I am actively planning my own retirement and I consider Stan Hinden's
book required reading. This is solid practical information presented in a very easy-to-read
format. Everyone in the workforce today should read this book!"
Stephen Hartwell, Former Chairman of the Board, Washington Mutual Investors Fund:
"Very complete. Covers all aspects of retirement extremely well. Stan's work will
serve as the most authoritative book on how to retire, and I believe it will be
regarded as the 'bible' for future retirees."
David Silver, Former President, ICI Mutual:
"A unique and extraordinary blend of useful advice about the economic, personal
and practical problems facing prospective retirees-written by a financial expert
who has been there himself."
To understand the story behind the publication of my book, "How to Retire Happy,"
it helps to know the story behind the creation of my column, "Retirement Journal,"
which appeared regularly in the pages of The Washington Post. The column, which
began in 1997, was the inspiration for the book.