When you hear the word retirement, you probably don't imagine yourself scrambling to pay your bills in your golden years. But for too many Americans, that's the fate that awaits unless they take steps now to plan for the future.
Whether you're 25 and starting your first job or 55 and watching the career clock start to wind down, today is the day to get serious about your retirement.
In Retire Inspired, Chris Hogan teaches that retirement isn't an age; it's a financial number - an amount you need to live the life in retirement that you've always dreamed of. With clear investing concepts and strategies, Chris will educate and empower you to make your own investing decisions, set reasonable expectations for your spouse and family, and build a dream team of experts to get you there.
You don't have to retire broke, stressed, and working long after you want to. You can retire inspired!
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I am a Dave Ramsey fan to the core. I am always being made fun of at the office and then a minute later asked financial questions based on Dave's teachings. I am even starting a financial peace class in the next few months.
This book is extremely helpful for anyone Who is starting out with the program/ideas.
But for someone like me, who has read a lot of his books and listens to the show daily. This book was a total waste of time, Chris is a great personality and I love to listen to him. I did enjoy the few facts that he did provide, like the history of retirement. But as a whole this book was a regurgitation of Dave's own words and really did not bring anything new to the table. As a hard-core fan, I was extremely excited to listen to this book, but it was disappointing .
this was a great book. If you read other books by Dave Ramsey it's quite similar , but it's a new story with a new reader, it's a new way of saying things but it's quite the same message in the end. I really appreciate what Dave Ramsey team and what Chris did with this book. the only thing I didn't like is that it is missing the foreword by Dave Ramsey. the foreword is mentioned multiple times in the book without being present. you have a great voice Mr Hogan. I am looking forward your next book. Thanks
I absolutely enjoyed the book!!! I gave it all stars because it explained everything you want to know in detail. I learned so much even retirement information I knew was broken down in a way a beginner can understand and someone with great knowledge can take away something new. I would recommend to all my friends and family !! Great job Mr. Hogan !!!
This is one of the best books I've listen to in a long time. Very informative. Will buy the paper copy so I can go back and highlight
Ive listened to a ton of financial books over the years but Hogan explains investing in ways I can understand! Finally, a good book to listen to on my morning commute! Thank you, Chris Hogan!
loved the book. Chris does a great job breaking down several concepts about retirement investments.
I paused a few times to take notes. Chris Hogan is easy to listen to. Some basic info already known via Dave Ramsey- but absolutely learned several new things! Recommend as pet of your retirement education.
I was looking for a deeper dive as to where to put my retirement money. This was not it. It is mostly just motivational as to why to save, live within your means, investment basics, etc
I also didn't like the advice to get a personal finance coach.I bought the book to educate myself so I could be my own coach...
no matter where you are in your financial situation this book has something for everybody.
"Huge Dave Ramsey fan didn't feel as if Chris message was as compelling.."
Hugely sensible book and well done Chris. As the book progressed didn't feel as if I learnt anything that I hadn't already learnt from Dave R and just sounded like a more sporty version of Dave but with a deeper voice ( and of course without the "bankruptcy and rebuild" track record). Unfortunately I found myself wanting to fast forward through sections and although a sports fan, couldn't really connect to offence / defense analogies or insightful basketball coaches. Mindful of the commitment it takes to write a book but I think it lacks a hook
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