Githui takes a look on how the perception of retirement by teachers in public secondary schools. In Kenya, like many other countries, retirement especially in the public service is mandatory after attaining 60 years of age. Teachers retire after attaining 60 years of age, which is the mandatory retirement age. Githui critically analyses the major problem of majority of the teachers who are not ready to stop working until they reach 60 years of age. The book talks on how the teachers should invest early and save to be comfortable during retirement. Teachers should be taught financial management to enable them manage their finances; know the areas to invest in to reap maximum benefits out of their investments. In order for teachers to be comfortable during their retirement days, Githui suggests that the teachers pay should be improved to enable them to save and to increase their pension. The book will be very beneficial to the lecturers in University, policy makers and high school tutors.