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Brent Hunsberger, in his Sunday December 15 "It's Only Money" column for the Oregonian reviews the book and talks about why Ron came to write the book. In his words, "Kelemen, 62, does a good job of curbing noise. His book is full of handy worksheets and step-by-step instructions on how to estimate future expenses in retirement, Social Security claiming strategies and setting goals "for your second half."
OREGON FINANCIAL ADVISOR, RON KELEMEN PUBLISHES: THE CONFIDENT RETIREMENT JOURNEY--YOUR PERSONAL AND FINANCIAL ROAD MAP
News Release from VanNatta Public Relations
Posted on FlashAlert: November 1st, 2013 12:34 PM
Written by Ron Kelemen, CFP(R) with the Salem, Oregon office of The H Group, Inc., The Confident Retirement Journey is a conversational guide to help readers define their own retirement vision and create a realistic personal and financial map to reach it, complete with worksheets and a companion website.
"Retirement is a journey, not a destination," said Kelemen. "And like any other journey, it requires planning and proper preparation. Above all, it takes confidence that can only come from an honest look at your situation, separating facts from advertising and taking charge of your own future."
In nine conversational chapters, Kelemen shares the wisdom he has gained over the past 32 years and offers practical action steps to help readers gain the confidence needed to enjoy a secure and confident second half of life. The book contains easy-to-use worksheets to help readers assess their own retirement readiness.
Kelemen's book can be purchased at www.ConfidentRetirementJourney.com, or Amazon.com for $19.95. An eBook version will be available for $9.95 by November 7 from a variety of outlets. (Confident Vision Press, LLC. ISBN 978-0-578-13054-5; eBook ISBN 978-0-578-13055-2)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Ron Kelemen, CFP(R) is a fee-only financial advisor with 32 years of experience counseling people to and through retirement. Kelemen and his team work with a select group of clients who seek long-term relationships and comprehensive planning engagements, rather than hourly engagements or transactions.