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A Million Is Not Enough:
How to Retire with the Money You'll Need

by Michael Farr



      "Life is full of uncertainties. Future investment earnings and interest and inflation rates are not known to anybody. However, I can guarantee you one thing... those who put an investment program in place will have a lot more money when they come to retire than those who never get around to it."
~ Noel Whittaker

No matter what your age, itís imperative to realize that itís never too early to start planning for your future retirement. For someone in their early twenties this may be a hard concept to accept because you may be living with the false conception that there is plenty of time left to map out how you will spend your golden years. For anyone who believes that time is on their side, let me warn you that this is definitely not true.

Investing for the future should be on everyoneís top priority list. Michael Farrís A Million Is Not Enough: How to Retire with the Money You'll Need is the perfect way for anyone to begin saving for the future no matter what your current age. Farrís knowledge is easy to understand and quickly apply. What I found uplifting in this book is that it is not bogged down with technical financial advice which often loses its audience within the first few chapters.

Overall, I am quite impressed with A Million Is Not Enough: How to Retire with the Money You'll Need. It gave me some expert advice on how I need to change my own investing strategy. This type of book will pay back the amount you paid for it countless times by showing you a way to gain an unlimited amount of growth potential. Very highly recommended.

The Book

Springboard Press
March 5, 2008
Hardcover
0446582239 / 978-0446582230
Self Help / Personal Finance
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The Reviewer

Suzie Housley
Reviewed 2008
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