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Start Late, Finish Rich applies David Bach's financial wisdom to all those who forgot to save (or just plain procrastinated) and are worried that it is too late to achieve financial freedom. For those who worry that they'll never be able to retire on their current savings, hope and help have arrived. David's message is that it is never too late to finish rich.This audiobook will provide a plan that anyone can follow to use the power of concepts like "Pay Yourself First", "the Latte Factor", and "Make it Automatic" to build wealth fast, as well as all-new strategies tailored to the needs of late bloomers. Whether in your 30s, 40s, 50s, or even older, Bach's simple, clear, concise, and empowering guide provides an easy game plan for building a healthy savings.
©2005 David Bach; (P)2005 Books on Tape, Inc.
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By James on 03-28-05

Sound advice, but...

This is a good book, with some solid ideas. The detail with which he explains his theories is both good and bad. For one thing, in the printed version, there are a lot of charts, so in the audiobook the narrator reads off all the repetitive stats from the charts in a very long, monotonous way. In the text version, you would just glance at the chart, get the gist, and move on...in the audiobook, you have to listen to it for over 5 minutes sometimes. A little annoying, because you get the concept after the first few examples, then have to listen to him drone on through the whole chart.

Also, a lot of the advice relates directly to Americans only. I am Canadian, and though I found the general theories sound, the specific advice (401k, etc) was not as helpful.

All in all, a worthy buy.

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By Huck on 07-16-07

Argh

I loved David Bach's Automatic Millionare and the associated audio book - it tanslated well and was engaging.

This book would be a great read but the audio book was horrific! The author narrates through the charts in the book in a monotone voice for what seems to be unending minutes. The book and topic are well worth reading - but skip the audio book - - - I had to turn it off after the 3rd or 4th chart out of sheer boredom.

Buy the book and not the audio version for this one! - or at least read the book first

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By Joshua on 12-13-13

So simple yet so effective

There are few books that can really give you a clear step by step process to allow you to make a change or make an improvement in your life where u can see immediate effect. I got the book, listened to it through, listened again looked into different accounts, schemes etc. Set up my various pots for automated monthly savings and VOILA! Savings in an instant! So simple and so effective...

I also then listened to a couple of his other books... he's a lucky man that can basically use the same principles but changes the title of the book to give the same message. Thankfully he is articulate and to the point and conversational so he holds your attention well.

If you're struggling to get a hold of your money issues this book is a great help to get you started with immediate results!

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By Onewave on 11-09-17

good advice, great advice if you live in the US

specifically aimed at us listeners. good principles every one should know.
down side: long lists of tables and website listings are hard to listen to.

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