Book Giveaway - The Quiet Millionaire

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

The Quiet Millionaire
Author: Brett Wilder
Hardcover: 422 pages
Publisher: FMG Publishing, Inc.

Book Description

Being a millionaire is a realistic aspiration if you are knowledgeable and diligent about becoming one. Today, people are required to accumulate greater amounts of money to fund their lifetime goals and objectives than was necessary by previous generations. This book covers what should be included in a comprehensive financial management program for people of all ages who want to live a financially independent and secure lifestyle. It shows reliable ways to plan and manage the emotional aspects of money, cash flow, assets, liabilities, taxes, investments, employee benefits, insurance, health care, business ownership, college financing, accumulated estate wealth, and, most critical, how not to run out of money during retirement.

In today’s often confusing and contradictory world of information overload, the reader is informed how to discern and distinguish what information is beneficially useful or harmful to his or her financial well-being. Moreover, if professional assistance is desired, guidance is provided for how to select and work with a financial advisor as well as how and when paying for an advisor’s help is justified.

About the Author

Brett is a Certified Financial Planner® with over forty years of professional experience as a personal and business financial advisor. He founded the Financial Management Group, Inc. (FMG) in 1989, a fee-only financial management and investment advisory firm registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. FMG has been named seven consecutive years as a "Top Wealth Manager" by Wealth Manager magazine and as a "Fastest Growing" Registered Investment Advisor by Financial Advisor magazine. His educational background includes Ursinus College, with a Bachelor of Arts, Economics; Temple University Graduate School of Economics; the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, Pension Fund and Portfolio Management; the College for Financial Planning, and the American Institute of Banking. His professional memberships include the Financial Planning Association (past President of the Cincinnati Chapter), Cincinnati Estate Planning Council, and he is a trustee for the Higher Education Advisory Institute, a non-profit organization that educates families about college planning and financing.

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