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If something you thought to be true wasn't true, when would you want to know about it? In your financial world, that defining moment occurs by understanding the efficiency of money. Learning to avoid the unintended consequences of transferring your wealth to others, unknowingly and unnecessarily, should be everyone's goal. This audiobook will show you how to recognize and overcome these transfers. It will identify those who create the transfers and how they do it. They are destroying our personal wealth by creating situations, controlling the outcomes, and profiting from it. Truth and knowledge will reduce or eliminate these transfers.
© Leonard Renier; (P) Spoken Books Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By DS on 12-22-12


Really valid ideas for managing your personal finances.... until the Republicans change the tax code to eliminate our favorite PERSONAL deductions in favor of business deductions. Then I guess we'll all become businesses.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Howard_a on 02-26-18

A really bad idea!

This guy pushes the idea of carrying debt forever, in order to save money! This is an incredibly bad idea, especially in an environment where job retention is questionable! His logic is based on the tax deduction for mortgage interest. He doesn't mention that you are paying $10 for every $3 you get back in taxes. He is right that you are paying taxes on less money, but at what cost? Interest! Also, How many people actually save the difference between a 15-year and a 30-year mortgage payment? People usually get 30-year mortgages because the 15-year loan is too expensive! One saving thing in the book is about using whole-life insurance as a family asset protection tool, its far better than any term-life policies, otherwise the book is really a bad idea to follow.

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