Whether it is a relaxing or action-packed and financially rewarding retirement you are looking for, this is the book for you. Retirement is also a time for new opportunities and is the start of the third significant chapter of your life. Life's story gives us the first chapter of the education years, the second chapter is working 'nine to five' and now it is time for the best chapter of the lot - the non-retirement years. Personal ambitions can be realized and new experiences enjoyed. Yet with so much to consider, people are often unsure how best to plan for their future and the scope for concern and confusion is even greater with changing retirement ages and pension rules. The Good Retirement Guide is essential reading for all those looking forward to making the most of their retirement, and offers clear and concise suggestions on a broad range of retirement-related subjects. The Guide includes information on: Pensions . Tax . Investment . Starting your own business . Your home . Leisure activities . Paid work . How to complain (effectively!) . Voluntary work . How to avoid being scammed Health . Holidays . Looking after elderly parents . Wills Revised and updated, the 2015 edition is packed with hundreds of useful suggestions and helpful websites to browse. This is an indispensable book that you will refer to again and again. Frances Kay has been the editor of The Good Retirement Guide since 2008. With many years' work experience covering politics, law and the diplomatic service, the majority of her time is now spent writing, researching, editing and giving talks based on her book topics. She is a regular speaker on retirement issues on both local and national radio. Allan Esler Smith is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and specializes in helping people start up in business, accounts and tax. Allan has also held a number of senior roles in City Regulation investigations and has worked in film/media.