Sunday, February 27, 2005

New Service Launched To Help Baby boomers Plan Their Retirement Lifestyle

The Your Second Life (YSL) Retirement Profile, developed by the Charleston Marketing Group, has been launched as a self-assessment tool to help advise older workers with the kind of soul searching that busy professionals usually put off. A 66-question personality profile available online for a nominal-processing fee of $9.95 per couple (less than $5 per person), the YSL tackles the psychological and emotional aspects of retirement planning and is the only personal lifestyle assessment tool available to the public similar to those used by college and career counselors and executive search firms. The developers are also talking with HR professionals, who want to include the YSL Retirement Profile as part of their employee retirement and pension package.

Source: Press Release eMediaWire (February 26, 2005)

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