Thursday, February 18, 2010

Start Over Finish Rich





















Amazon Product Description. Let 2010 Set You on the Path to Wealth. Believe it or not, recessions make millionaires! Will you be one? In Start Over, Finish Rich, America's best-loved financial expert, David Bach, explains that 2010 will be the best opportunity for building wealth we have seen in decades. And, as the economy recovers, you must be set up to recover with it. Bach's easy, take-action plan will show you how.

Start Over, Finish Rich supplies the ten crucial moves you must make in 2010 to get back on track and recapture your dreams of a richer future. Learn how to:

* Get out of debt
* Fix your credit
* Rebuild your 401k plan
* Improve your 529 Plan
* Take smart risks
* Reorganize your financial life for the high tech age
* Update your real estate plan
* Change your thinking about money
* Recommit to wealth

As Bach says, "A recession is a terrible thing to waste—so don't waste this one! Use it instead to get rich." Read Start Over, Finish Rich and let David Bach put you and your family back on the path to financial freedom.

Review.
No one likes to start over – especially in mid-life – but for many, given shrinking 401Ks, foreclosed upon real estate, and job losses, hitting the reboot button it is the only option. In his most personal book yet, David Bach’s Start Over, Finish Rich provides a step—by–step- plan for getting back on track financially. As Bach notes, “the journey of falling down and getting up again happens to ALL OF US. And the fruit of life, the true blessings, often comes when we get back up again.”

Start Over, Finish Rich is a financial planning book that wants to be more than just an informative read. The table of contents aptly conveys the roadmap to recovery: Recommit to Wealth; Find Your Money; Deal with Your Credit Card Debt; Fix and Protect Your Credit Score; Rebuild Your Emergency Savings; Re-energize Your Retirement Plan; Make it Automatic; Rebuild with Real Estate; Rebuild Your College Fund (and Restructure Your Student Loan); 25 Ways to Save $5,000; Find Your Power – Give to Others; and A Final Word: My Personal “Start Over” Story. In addition, each chapter ends with a “To Do in 2010” checklist to stir the reader to action.

Starting Over isn’t fun, but with Bach’s expert guidance, we can still finish rich!



Publisher: Broadway; 1 edition (December 29, 2009), 224 pages.
Advance Review Copy Provided Courtesy of the Publisher and smile.ly.

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