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Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday 56

I know the general idea behind Friday 56 is to share what is on page 56 of fiction books.  However, there are some books that simply must be read by everyone because what they have to say is so important.

Any adult who plans to ever retire must have some sort of financial plan as to how to raise the money to do so. Let’s face it, living on social security ain’t no fun.  We know, that is where we are now.  

In an effort to help others not fall into the trap we are in, we are trying to
educate everyone about the importance of saving before retirement so that there are not the hungry days that come from living on Social Security.

Reading the book Master Your Cash Flow by Albert J. Zdenek, Jr., CPA/PFS
will give the reader the knowledge they need to live the life they want to today, while at the same time saving for retirement.  The author likes to point out that it is okay to have that pumpkin spice latte as long as you make the right financial decisions on the big stuff.

So, in order to avoid the prospect of eating just beans and rice throughout your retirement years, it is time now to plan your retirement.  The earlier you start, the better.  

Let’s take a look at page 56 of Master Your Cash Flow:

Working your formula means you’re doing things with a purpose that’s aligned with your plan, not flying blind on a wing and a prayer, hoping that you’ve made the right financial choice. Starting sooner, as opposed to later, is another critical factor, as we’ll discuss in the next chapter on the power of compounding.

We were sent a review copy of Master Your Cash Flow in PDF form.  We feel very strongly that one must set aside money for their retirement years.  Believe me, the retirement years will be much more fun if you have a little money to do the things you want to do as well as eat.


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5 comments:

  1. Hopefully, people will make the time to read this book and maybe save a lot of heartache in the long run.
    I love you, my Zing.

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    1. You are right. Many people WILL make financial mistakes. They could avoid many of them by reading this book and others like it and then talking with a professional.

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    1. Our cash flows just fine. It flows in and flows right back out without stopping. We understand the feeling. Have a great week.

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  3. I love non-fiction, and your book this week looks like it has valuable lessons in it for all. Thanks for sharing! Have a great week ahead!

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