Books Published by Jillian Howard



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I used to be Miss Jillian Kipling until i met and recently married the wonderful Mr Howard, so many of my published articles have my former surname - Kipling.

My Green Contribution:

Quoting from the book “The Tenth Insight” by James Redfield; on business ethics :

Instead of asking what product or service I can develop to make the most money, we’re beginning to ask “What can I produce that liberates and informs and makes the world a better place, yet also preserves a delicate environmental balance?”

A new code of ethics is needed in business. Coaching liberates and informs, but what am I doing to preserve our environment? Click here if you want to know J

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Do you want to retire safe in the knowledge that you can maintain the lifestyle you’ve grown accustomed to, or that you have enough to live on comfortably for the rest of your life? If so, this is the book for you …

Just about everyone over the age of 40 worries about how their retirement years will turn out. A secure retirement is seen as the culmination of a life well lived. To retire wealthy and live a dream life free of hard work is the ultimate desire of almost everyone.

However, the reality is that not many people have the resources to enjoy a perfect retirement. There are many pitfalls in day-to-day life that prevent this, and although some of these are unexpected and unfair, generally speaking most of them can be prevented or planned for.

Whether you are just starting out or are about to retire, this reliable, highly accessible book will provide some practical guidelines on how to retire financially secure: from savings to investments and pension plans to provident funds, it will set out exactly what you need to live life to the full, right to the end, with more than enough in the kitty.