Smartest 401(k) Book You'll Ever Read

Author: Daniel R. Solin

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101458044

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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This book will change the way you think about and invest in your retirement savings plan-forever. Internationally bestselling author and consumer advocate Dan Solin challenges some basic and misguided assumptions about traditional retirement plans to reveal that: ? 401(k) and 403(b) plans are laden with Porky Pig fees, poor investment choices, and conflicts of interest. You may be better off just saying "No!" ? There is a simple way to make smart choices in these plans- and this book shows you exactly what to do and which funds to avoid. ? There is one investment that could be the key to a successful retirement plan. You can do it yourself, with pre-tax or after-tax money. Create your own, inflation-proof pension plan that is guaranteed to provide you with monthly income for as long as you live, and beyond! Smart Investing is not complicated. You have the power to make meaningful changes to your retirement savings plan-no matter what your age or financial status. "If you haven't taken a recent look at what your own retirement investments are doing and-perhaps even more important-how they are put together, reading Solin's smart little book might provide the impetus for action." -Miami Herald
The Smartest Retirement Book You'll Ever Read

Author: Daniel R. Solin

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101133699

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 849

Follow the advice in The Smartest Retirement Book You'll Ever Read and you will: Find simple strategies to maximize your retirement nest egg Steer clear of scams that rob you of your hard-earned savings Ensure that your money lasts longer than you do Avoid the common mistakes that can leave your spouse impoverished Discover financial lifelines no matter how desperate the economy "If you want a handy guide that provides information in small chunks, Solin's book is it." -Newark Star-Ledger
If I Won 25 Million Dollars in the Lottery

Author: Larry Steinhouse

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781440198724

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 178

View: 846

Do you ever wish you would win the lottery? Would it surprise you to know that you can win the lottery without buying a ticket? By using the metaphor of winning twenty-five million dollars in the lottery, author Larry Steinhouse will guide you to a better and more successful life in the areas of money, hope, and happiness. If I Won 25 Million Dollars in the Lottery describes several ways to take your destiny into your own hands. You will learn how to: Harness the power to put money aside for retirement, for investment, or for the right opportunity Understand the rules of money that will help you control your financial future Control your feelings and avoid distractions from your true meaning of life Make your pursuit of happiness a joyous pursuit Live a better life and break away from this recession Move forward and avoid any future recessions Have the power to control all that you want in your life Filled with real-life examples, Steinhouse, a self-described "regular" guy, shares the keys to his success and his future success and helps guide you to yours.
The First Time Investor: How to Invest with Little Money

Author: Bruce Walker

Publisher: Bruce Walker

ISBN: 9781533075963

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 72

View: 453

Do You Know That Most Wealthy People Are Highly Successful Investors?? Investing is Not Gambling Learning how to grow your money by making smart investments can open doors to financial freedom and provide stability in later life -- but how are you supposed to get started, especially in this economy? Is it truly safe to invest, and what about you non-financial resources such as time and energy? Investing is not just about money In The First Time Investor, Bruce Walker reveals smart investment moves that you can make whether you're a millennial in your 20s or a professional who is nearing retirement. It's not just a book about managing your finances -- The First Time Investor is a blueprint for proactive people who want to make the most of their health, emotional well-being, and personal relationships. In This Book, You Will Discover: • The meaning of key financial terms, such as “bond”, “index fund”, and “diversification” • How to invest when you only have a "small" amount of money • Why investing in your physical health is as important as investing in stocks • How to prosper financially, wisely grow your money, and live well Filled with scenarios, practical information, and motivational advice, the advice in this book will help you choose money-savvy investment strategies that will greatly enhance your quality of life. Download Now and Be a Smart Investor

Men's Health

Men's Health

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Page: 154

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Men's Health magazine contains daily tips and articles on fitness, nutrition, relationships, sex, career and lifestyle.
How to Get a Raise This Week

Author: Ryan Shaffer

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 9781614489528

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 182

View: 459

How to Get a Raise This Week: With or Without Your Boss’s Permission is written from an employer’s point of view for employees, pulling back the curtain between employer and employee. Written in simple language anyone can understand, it outlays principles that apply to virtually everyone and that anyone can adhere to. How to Get a Raise This Week: With or Without Your Boss’s Permission details not only what an employer looks for prior to giving out a pay raise but also what a person can do when NOT given one. It also shatters common misconceptions about the current economy, explains why simply working harder no longer gets people ahead, and unveils a blueprint anyone can follow to expand their personal wealth.
13 Things Rich People Won't Tell You

Author: Jennifer Merritt

Publisher: Readers Digest

ISBN: 162145102X

Category: Self-Help

Page: 304

View: 734

Did you read about the janitor who donated $1 million dollars to his local library? Do you ever watch in amazement as your well-off boss haggles over the price of a tuna fish sandwich? Is it possible to find an advisor to help you invest your money—without losing it all to a Bernie Madoff-like con man? In the same spirit of Reader’s Digest magazine’s popular 13 Things They Won’t Tell You series, the editors at America’s Most Trusted Magazine have developed the ultimate roadmap for making the most of your money and avoiding the wallet-sucking scams that are keeping you off Easy Street. We talked to everyday and not-so-everyday rich folks, and to the experts who helped make them rich, to learn their secrets on what to save for, how much to save—and where to stash cash so that it grows (hint: not that bank savings account). We also got their tips for developing “rich guy vision”: The uncanny ability to make financial goals and reach them in five, ten even 20 years—while smartly navigating economic pitfalls and surprises. You’ll learn what services you should be getting for free, how to ask the right questions to get behind-the-scenes deals, and how to “live rich” even on an everyday budget. You’ll stop wasting money, blowing your budget (or flying blind without one), and getting scammed. This book will enlighten you, horrify you, and give you a whole new perspective on when to spend and when to stash it deep in your pockets. Inside you’ll discover countless eye-opening strategies for: Saving and investing. The savvy tricks you need to know to grow your money wisely—from branching out beyond your 401K to getting tax breaks you didn’t know you deserved. Plus: what the IRS, stockbrokers, and bankers won’t tell you. House and home. All the tips your rich neighbors might not want you to know, including: smart versus stupid renovations; smart ways to increase your home’s value; advice on first and second mortgages; buying and selling your home. Plus, what your mortgage lender and real estate agent won’t tell you. The Household Budget: How to build a budget that lets you “live rich” while saving. Topics include smart vs. stupid splurges; online budget tools and calculators; tips for saving on utilities, gasoline, groceries and car repairs. College planning. Some of the most famous rich people in the country (Mark Zuckerberg, anyone?) are also famous for dropping out of college. You’ll get out-of-the-box thinking about the value of private versus public universities; 529 plans; loans, scholarships, and financial aid; advice from college admissions officers. Of course, millionaires also tell us how they made money by following their hearts and doing what they love—and you can approach your kids’ education with that in mind. Plus: what your scholarship and test-prep services, financial planner, and student-loan company won’t tell you. Retirement. How the rich really want to spend their golden years, and the clever ways they seed the ground now to ensure their retirement dreams bloom and flourish later. Plus what your 401(k) manager, pension plan, and financial planner won’t tell you. Along the way, you’ll discover top savings strategies for clipping coupons and hunting down bargains, how to pass Go and collect the big salaries, and the biggest mistakes that cost the rich their fortunes. With this handy companion, you’ll have all the savvy, patience, and smarts you’ll ever need to get ahead—and stay there.
Self-Made: What It Take To Become Millionaires

Author: Khang Le

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781329925571

Category: Self-Help

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Becoming a millionaire is something most people dream about at some point. It is the Holy Grail for millions, and seems like an unattainable ambition for millions of others. But reaching that goal doesn’t have to be impossible. If your number one goal is to become a millionaire, not to hold a specific type of job, then college and graduate school are irrelevant. It doesn’t mean that you can’t have the financial freedom you desire.Having no formal qualifications or schooling doesn’t mean you can’t you can’t have the financial freedom you desire. Starting out from humble beginnings, living in a shack with nothing but rats for company, and with not much more than hard work, dedication and a little bit of luck, they worked and saved their way from nothing, to something they really wanted. Overcoming family disapproval, minimum wage employment, personal difficulties and occasional setbacks, the two never gave up and kept that focus on achieving their dream of becoming first generation millionaires.