Whether you are in your 30s, 40s, 50s, or even older, Bach shows that you really can start late and still live and finish rich, and you can get your plan in place fast. In a motivating, swift read you learn how to ramp up the road to financial security with the principles of spend less, save more, make more, and most important, live more. And he gives you the time-tested plan to do it.
David Bach gives you step-by-step instructions, phone numbers, and Web site addresses, everything you need to put your Start Late plan into place right away. And he shares the stories of ordinary Americans who have turned their lives around, at 30, 40, 50, even 60 years of age, and are now financially free. They did it, and now it's your turn. With David Bach at your side, it's never too late to change your financial destiny. It's never too late to live your dreams. It's never too late to be free.
©2005 David Bach; (P)2005 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
Some of these motivational speakers have it made. They come up with one idea -- one set of tips and advice -- and one book that makes sense and provides people with useful, inspirational coaching. Then they repackage it over and over again, making more money off of the same exact information. That's what David Bach has done with "Start Late Finish Rich." If you've read "The Automatic Millionaire," you don't need to read this. It's all common sense, and it's nice to get a reminder occasionally, but I find it interesting how this book mirrors the other, including the long and irrelevant chapter at the end on giving to charity and tithing. David is a likeable guy, and he reads the book well -- it isn't boring. But don't buy this book AND "The Automatic Millionaire," because if you have one, you have them both.
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