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You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think

By: Wes Moss
Narrated by: Wes Moss, Scott Merriman
Length: 7 hrs and 1 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (155 ratings)

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From Wes Moss - named by Barron's as one of America's top financial advisors

"The keys that Wes Moss identifies to having a happy retirement are simple but brilliant. Read this book."
—Clark Howard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Living Large in Lean Times

"Financial planner Wes Moss offers you something different - not just a plan to retire, but a way to do it sooner and to be happy when you do."
Atlanta Journal Constitution

If you think you need to win the lottery or work until you're 75 to retire with financial stability, Money Matters host Wes Moss has very good news for you. You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think reveals the secrets for ensuring a successful retirement - sooner rather than later.

After conducting an intensive study of happy retirees to learn the financial practices they hold in common, Moss discovered that it doesn't take financial genius, millions of dollars, or sophisticated investment skills to ensure a safe, solid retirement. All it takes is five best practices:

  • Determine what you want and need your retirement money for
  • Figure out how much you need to save
  • Create a plan to pay off your mortgage in as little as five years
  • Develop an income stream from multiple sources
  • Become an income investor

Getting on the fast track to a great retirement is a lot simpler than the retirement professionals would have you believe. You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think provides the proven-effective, five-step formula for creating the retirement of your dreams.

©2014 Wes Moss (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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  • Lisa
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  • 07-30-17

Best retirement book I've read.

I would recommend this book for all ages from 20s to already retired. Some of it was info I already knew but knowing what happy retirees do was very useful and will change a few of my plans.

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Encouraging

Pretty Good. Gave me hope to keep saving and cutting everyday waste of money.

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graphs/diagrams

the book is awesome, very interesting the only downfall was when you download the audio version you do not get the grass or diagrams that compliment the book. need to have a place where you can download all the extras in a PDF file.

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Want to retire listen to this

Great information for anyone who wants to retire. if you have a plan check it here to see how well it stacks up. if you don't have s plan listen now and get one..

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Excellent audiobook

For anybody that wants to retire within the next five years, this is the book to read. It's packed with a lot of information that is usable and applicable immediately towards a happy retirement.

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great book

great information in a very easy to read style. great advice for retirement planning.

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all over the page

some of the basic premises and study statistics seem questionable to me. and some are just meaningless. like "unhappy retirees drive BMWs". the case studies are contrived. there is A LOT of repetition. I fast forwarded a lot. the basic brilliant premise that for every $1000 of monthly income you want, you'll need $240,000 in your 401K strikes me as incorrect. $1,000x12 mo x 20 yr = 240,000. what about the taxes you'll pay when you take it out? my math says you need $350,000. with this premise qnd half the "happiness study" statistics debunked there isnt much fresh innovative info in the book.

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Very informative

Loved it. It appears I can retire sooner than I thought. Looking forward too it. Cannot wait!

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Great book!!

This book covers the important topic of generating income via several sources!! I've actually read the book several times because the content is so good!!

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Food for thought; pretty general; a little long

This is a good book to get you thinking about what you need to do to prepare for retirement. It has good advise, and puts forth general rules of thumb, and strategies that will help most people. The perspective is of an “average” person considering retirement - as a Californian, i thought the suggestions to buy cheap real estate, and pay off my $200k mortgage in “as little as 5 years” were pretty out of touch - Mr Moss had zero mention of high cost of living situations, which i would have liked to hear. There was a lot of fluff about individual success stories, i think to be inspiring, the book goes on and on about happy retirees, but i think that should have been relegated to one chapter. Book probably could have been much shorter.