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Contact: Allison Milack, Author Relations
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People Tested Publications Releases New Book Addressing the Realities of Choosing a Retirement Community
April 4, 2014: People Tested Publications has just released its latest book in their “What’s the Deal With..?” ® book series. This new book, which addresses the timely topic of choosing a retirement community for you or a family member, is called “What’s the Deal with Retirement Communities?” and it’s authored by noted expert in the field, Brad C. Breeding.
Jack Tatar, Publisher of People Tested Publications says, “I’m proud to have our latest book authored by Brad C. Breeding, who has been a leading voice in the retirement community industry for years. His book will help the many baby boomers who are healthy and seeking retirement communities to enjoy their golden years.”
Brad C. Breeding is currently the co-founder of LifeSite Logics, a North Carolina-based company providing comprehensive and unbiased information on full service retirement communities. Brad and his colleagues at LifeSite Logics have carefully reviewed close to 1,000 disclosure statements and sample residency contracts for retirement communities across the United States.
He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management from North Carolina State University and is a Certified Financial Planner™. His extensive knowledge of the senior living industry, combined with his financial planning background, allows him to provide valuable insights to those who are considering a retirement community, as well as to professionals who consult others in the decision process, including financial advisors, accountants, retirement living sales counselors, and others.
The book addresses the topics that are important to those considering retirement communities that can help to make the best decision on a retirement community for either them or their loved ones. These topics include the importance of planning ahead for the later phases of retirement; considerations when deciding between aging at home and a community; what defines a retirement community; distinguishing one type of retirement community from another; clarifying the relationship between retirement communities and long-term care services; the real cost of long-term care cost and outlining the payment and contract structures for retirement communities.
Mr. Tatar says that, “the book is an informative read and includes a full list of resources to help you decide if a retirement community is right for you or a loved one, and how to find the right one. We’re proud to add it to our growing roster of What’s the Deal with..?® books.”
Contact: Allison Milack
People Tested Publications 125 Broemel Place # 815, Pennington, NJ 08534