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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.
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
If you want serious, credible financial advice, I highly recommend "The Truth About Money" by Ric Edelman. Read morePublished 2 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 3 months ago by Posterchild63
You have to ask yourself how a financial expert has advertisements in which he tells us about his retired father who was severely impacted by the 2008 crash. Read morePublished 4 months ago by jayday
Interesting. I heard about this on a AM radio show and I was intrigued. The book is straightforward and to the point. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Warren Clifford
This books point is to rope you into their website... It's one big sales pitch.Published 4 months ago by C. B.
Outstanding Information! All of us who didn't know now know!! Great information>Published 5 months ago by BK