- Paperback: 242 pages
- Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.; 1 edition (January 18, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1620235161
- ISBN-13: 978-1620235164
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 93 customer reviews
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Leveraging her background as a tax attorney, a Certified Financial Planner® and wealth strategist, Rebecca is uniquely qualified to assess, structure and implement the best income maximization, wealth maximization, tax mitigation/ minimization and optimal legacy strategies for her clients. Rebecca earned her bachelor s degree, summa cum laude, in finance, her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the University of Florida, and her advanced law degree in taxation from New York University. Prior to law, she worked for years in finance with Pricewaterhousecoopers LLP and the global networking division of IBM, acquired by AT&T. She continues to practice law in the areas of federal taxation, wealth preservation, trusts and legacy planning, business succession and estate planning, and asset management and protection. Rebecca spearheads a national practice with clients across the country and enjoys working with high income professionals, business owners, retirees and pre-retirees and high net worth families to implement advanced financial planning and wealth management strategies that maximize income and legacy distribution while minimizing taxes and managing risk. With over 15 years of financial experience, Rebecca maximizes her distinctive skillset and years of knowledge to the best advantage of her clients. Rebecca can be heard nationwide on iHeart radio weekly and she has also been featured in US News & World Report, New York Post, New York Daily News, Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg Business, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, FOX News, CW, Chicago Tribune, Miami Herald, Boston Globe, LA Daily News, International Business Times, Investing Daily, Street Insider, and numerous other media outlets.
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The wealth building, maintaining, and sharing tools Walser claims are what the super wealthy already use to prosper, so if you are of the opinion that the rich get richer because of advantages others do not know about, this book will leave you with some interesting ideas to pursue. If you are discouraged about your prospected retirement level or age, there are also some well presented ideas to help bridge the gap.
In addition to an actionable strategy for improving your odds of retiring with more money, the book also includes great background history on social security, taxes, and well founded predictions of where US and global economic policies are headed. This section of the book is well laid out, but is not overburdened with dry history that would bore the reader. The historical data is used to create a dramatic backdrop that Walser uses to paint a practical solution to the financial pitfalls 96% of of investors make. With concrete facts to back up why we should not blindly follow many mainstream advisers the reader finds themselves appreciating the warning, and wanting to keep turning pages to determine what action should be taken.
If you are looking for a practical plan to improve your financial future, and become aware of current and future risks, reading Wealth Unbroken is time well spent.
Walser, herself a tax attorney, simply relates great ideas and wonderful financial information that can be very useful to the reader in devising a personal plan to survive and do much more than just survive, in the years to come. The brilliant reasoning espoused in the book is very refreshing to anyone wondering if there is still someone out there, in this rapidly changing world, that can give good solid counsel for today’s financial matters. That person should wonder no more. The counsel is right here in “Wealth Unbroken…”.
As a person who is rapidly approaching retirement, I can tell you that I wish “Wealth Unbroken: Growing Wealth Uninterrupted by Market Crashes, Taxes, and Even Death” had been written many years ago. But that’s the ultimate point; the book was written for today’s wage earner / investor. I recommend it highly and would purchase it again.
Miss Walser fearlessly describes economics for what it is, and gracefully explains the realistic nature of the economy. That is, while there is currently a vocal minority calling for equalization of income and standard of living, Miss Walser accurately, appropriately, and in a way that is clearly understandable describes why this would be the downfall of the American economy, as it has been to other nations of the world. She provides excellent examples to backup her points (Venezuela is on the verge of collapse after attempting what so many advocate for in the US), and also provides allegories to make her points more understandable and relevant.
The bottom line: If you want a good standard of living and to maintain that into your golden years, don’t be afraid to work, because you get what you earn. Of course, she is more artful in this point, and provides more details of how to spend/invest/save your money, which is why this book is a MUST for anyone looking to ever retire. Even if you don’t follow the advice, the points made are excellent to open the mind to economic factual arguments perhaps not previously considered, and to guide conscientious decision-making after reflecting upon all data and options. If you don’t agree with the facts and evidence presented about how the economy works, skip that part and simply read the advice, because it’s GOOD! And then remember that you have worked for everything you have, and that, generally speaking, people don’t value what they don’t earn. Just saying…