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Safe Money Millionaire: The Secret to Growing Wealthy Without Losing Your Money In the Wall Street Roller Coaster Paperback – August 1, 2011
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The "Safe Money Millionaire" debunks the financial wisdom that has cost Americans trillions in losses in the stock market. Now more than ever baby boomers and Americans saving for retirement are looking for safety for their money rather than chasing returns on Wall Street. In this book we crush the financial myths ranging from 401(k)’s being a good place for retirement savings, to diversifying with Mutual Funds, to keeping your credit score high and getting a low interest rate. The solution is a predictable, easy to follow plan to growing wealthy without risking money on Wall Street, reducing or eliminating interest paid to banks and credit card companies, plus protecting yourself from taxes that can ravage retirement savings in qualified plans.
About the Author
Brett Kitchen and Ethan Kap are the founders of True Financial Age.com. This free website calculates your “Never Work Again Number” and gives users a plan to reach their “Never Work Again Number” more quickly. They have been featured on CBS Moneywatch.com, The Salt Lake Tribune, American Chronicle, Ebay Radio, KXYL Radio, 1280 The Zone, and many other media outlets. They have been consultants in the insurance and financial advisor industry for several years and after seeing millions of Americans lose Trillions of dollars in the crash of 2008 it became their goal to show people how to grow wealthy without risking their hard earned money in the market. Live in Salt Lake City, Utah
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Note in the book the authors reamed other financial gurus for doing the same thing, ie selling advice and profiting from it. Boo.
Here's all you need to know: Cash value life insurance may be a great option for you if you want a more reliable investment albeit with a lower rate of return (that's because the insurance company takes a piece of the upside in good years and spares you some of the downside in bad, not to mention the fees). Google it to learn more, but insurance is a very complicated market so you'll still be left wondering, so call a few of the top rated insurance providers to compare and consider, ask a friend, etc. Good luck.
Also note: This is one of the few Kindle books I have read that cannot be loaned.
Also also note: I own both cash value and term life insurance policies (I'm worth more dead than alive, as they say) as well as stocks and other investments but I'm not affiliated with any investment business in any way.
From time to time driving home from my office I hear commercials like the one that advertised, not so much this book, but the “secrets” that the authors of the book were willing to share with me. I like to call and request whatever free advice or information they offer. The offer in this case was a free copy of the book.
So, when I called I spoke with a nice young woman who asked me what bothers me most, taxes, 401(k)s, or, I think volatility in the market. Of course she did not use the word volatility. She took my name and address and so on and then said she would email me the first two chapters of the book. I said ok and then she asked for a phone number and said one of their agents would call me for a 20 minute “interview” and that the book would be mailed to me. I am talking with their agent next week.
At this point I have only read the first two chapters as that is all I have so far. It turns out that like most things that offer a guaranteed plan or a no lose proposition there is always a catch. The catch is that the book really looks like a sales pitch for the best thing since sliced bread, cash value life insurance.Read more ›
Joel M. Wilson
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A good introduction to a wealth-building strategy that flies in the face of what most people are taught. It is no mistake that very successful and rich people have used it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sean O
Slow, drags along with sensational language, biased, basically a big waste of time - the only thing I can appreciate about this book is the fact that I'm 24 and it started a good... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carly Nicole
Indexed annuity sales ploy. These products should be outlawed they are such a rip off.Published 6 months ago by Mark Ronald Dalbow
The book was very easy to read and easy to understand the concepts. I've looked at this strategy before and didn't act on it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Clgood
If you want serious, credible financial advice, I highly recommend "The Truth About Money" by Ric Edelman. Read morePublished 11 months ago by email@example.com
Pretty weak book, 80% of the book was anecdotal leading up to the "buy cash life insurance" punchline with little specifics.Published 12 months ago by Posterchild63