More wealth without risk: how to develop a personal fortune without going out on a limb

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Simon & Schuster, 1991 - Business & Economics - 599 pages
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Charles J. Givens' Wealth Without Risk has become a classic in the field of financial self-help books for one simple reason: it works. His safe, legal, and proven approach has already started millions of Americans on the road to accumulating wealth through better strategies for personal finance, tax reduction, and investment. More Wealth Without Risk keeps you at the cutting edge of practical, easy-to-use financial techniques. Givens delivers more than 350 low-risk financial strategies -- with special sections on protecting your credit and keeping the IRS's hands out of your wallet -- including how and why to: * Get your next raise totally tax-free * Make your vacations and trips tax-deductible * Get your retirement-plan money tax- and penalty-free before age 59 1/2 * Use high-powered, little-known strategies for getting out of debt and rebuilding credit * Get next year's tax refund this year And much, much more!

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Charles J. Givens is an entrepreneur, investor, lecturer, television and radio personality, self-made millionaire, bestselling author, and now a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist as well. He runs the largest and most successful financial planning and educational organization in the world, with 360,000 members: The Charles J. Givens Organization. Mr. Givens lives with his wife, Adena, in Orlando, Florida.

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