Making Sense on the Dollar
Thanks to the Internet, all of us have too much information about financial, investment and retirement planning. Every alternative has an apparent rationale and success story, so it is difficult to know what to do. Without a basic understanding of what is really involved in such planning, it is even harder to set and keep realistic goals in those endeavors.
Using client experiences and situations, Scott discusses the pot holes, pitfalls, and conflicts that many people encounter in even the most basic efforts in financial, investment and retirement planning.
Making Sense on the Dollar is an easy to read resource for straightforward discussions about the financial, investment and retirement planning processes and the trade-offs involved in those processes. It should be the first book anyone interested in financial, investment and retirement planning should read before seeking professional guidance in those areas.