Celebrate your (Financial) Indpendence – Free Book on Tuesday

Independence Day comes a week early… Your financial independence tat that is…

If you haven’t already picked up a copy of my latest book, You Don’t Need a Financial Advisor, it will be available for free on Amazon, Tuesday June 27th. Here’s a link to the book: You Don’t Need a Financial Advisor.


Do you invest your money with a financial advisor? If you do, chances are you are spending hundreds, if not thousands of dollars every single year unnecessarily.

Do you know how to determine whether or not you have enough money to allow yourself to retire yet? Do you know whether you should be investing your money in a Roth 401(k) or in a traditional 401(k)?

Once you retire, will you know how to determine how much money you can safely withdraw from your nest e3D-Book-Template-16gg each year?

People engage the services of financial advisors primarily because they don’t understand how to manage their own money. While many financial advisors offer sound, practical advice, you don’t need them. You can manage your money on your own. It’s easier than you think.

In this book, David L. Wright, bestselling author of “Investing For the Rest of Us,” presents 16 key financial points which everyone should know. Having a reasonable understanding of these 16 points will allow you to manage your own money. This will save you from having to pay fees to a financial advisor.

Every financial advisor knows everything in this book. However, few are willing to share this information with their clients. Knowledge is power. Financial Advisors have it. You need it. With this vital information, you can manage your own money, manage your own investments, and know how to determine when you have enough money to retire, and so much more.

Investing and planning for your future need not be complicated. In this book, Wright presents everything you need to know in clear, easy to digest, bit-sized morsels.

This concise, quick read will provide you with everything that you need to know to manage your money and invest on your own.


Here’s that link again: You Don’t Need a Financial Advisor.


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