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Publisher's Summary

How would it feel to retire several years or even decades before than just about anyone else you know of?

Most people think of retirement as the ultimate "prize" to be achieved, only after several decades of hard work.

However, did you know that now, more than at any other time period, retirees are going back to work because of the volatile economy and improper planning? There's a simple blueprint to follow for those that wish to quit the rat race forever.

It doesn't matter if you're in your 20s or 60s, there are simple "tweaks" you can start applying now to your finances to drastically reduce the amount of time it will take you to retire.

Early retirement can be easily achievable to everyone that wants to be in total control of their financial life.

Here's some of what you can expect to learn inside this book:

  • Discover the common mistakes that should be avoided in order to retire forever and never step back into the office ever again!
  • The best forms of "retirement friendly" investments
  • A brief guide for the late starter
  • Learn all about the inevitable financial gap
  • How to make the money that you've saved up last up to three or five times

This book is part of the Rock-Solid Financial Confidence Series. No previous skill or knowledge is required.

Just like any other skill, learning how to be in control of your finances can be easily achievable by following the right advice and taking action.

Are you ready to live your new life?

It's time to take control of your future job-free life and stop stressing about your finances.

©2017 Anthony Heston (P)2017 Anthony Heston

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This left me with the same motivation and coaching I need to get my financial act together. I am debt free and now have an awesome plan for my retirement. I am living my dream life of pouring into people now. I am growing in relationship with God, my wife, and my children. I want to plan financially and train my kids to be good stewards...so that I can continue to live my dream of pouring into others.

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great journey

Simple, informative and realistic. Shows why financial literacy is so important in a world where people think money is evil. Congrats............

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Good, but a little bit US centric

Interesting, but not too useful or innovative for people that leave outside the US. Anyway, it has some good tips

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Retirement

This is a great way resource to either get a jumpstart or later preparation for a stress free retirement venture.

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Hardly “Complete”

This may be a good “overview”, hitting many of the high points, but it’s title is misleading. There are much better retirement and investment books out there. Get this one if you’re starting at absolute ground-level, but don’t stop here.

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Very helpful book!

This is a great book with great insights on early retirement! As I prepare to retire, I find this book extremely helpful and fun. I really appreciate this book!

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Love this book....

One of the best how to books I have ever listen on how to retire early.He provides excellent tips on how to diversify your portfolio and encourages those who want to get started with little up front investment. you'll find inspiration and practical tips in this guide.

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impressive!

I found this book very helpful as it contains some basic information about life after retirement and also The author has shared proven strategies on planning for the time when someone would no longer be woring every day purely to make a living.

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Very informative with new strategies.

The earlier he learns this stuff the better his future will be. A lot of great info but I also listen to podcasts from him and people who endorse him. Didn't go 5 stars as some of the info is already out of date as laws change all the time. But basic info is important. I highly recommend it for all young people. I believe this book read early in life could help many people avoid the traps and pitfalls our system has built in.

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Well Researched and Highly Effective

Although I have many more years until retirement, I found this book extraordinarily helpful because it targets anyone and everyone before retirement, no matter their age. From listing some simple dos and donts of retirement, to showing simple to follow mathematical ways to ensure you have enough money saved, Anthony Heston taught me so much. I had no idea just how important my 401(k) was or how to save up money without affecting my financial situation. This quick, easy-to-read book is great. A must-have book for anyone looking for simple but very helpful information on pre-retirement plans, actions, and must-know information.

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  • Adrian W.
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Good book - if you live in the USA

I struggled to rate this book. It’s not bad but it’s very focused on the American market.

If you live in the USA then go ahead and try this book, if you don’t then it has limited value. There are generic tips on retirement planning but a good half of the book is USA specific. If you’re American and want to know about your 401K, or Medicare, or where to retire that’s US friendly then there’s information here. If you’re not then there is some general advice on planning but it’s really limited to choosing the right mix of investments for your pension fund and making sure you start to plan for your retirement early.