A Kick in the Assets: 10 Take-Charge Strategies for Building the Wealth You Want

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Sep 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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The first comprehensive financial guide for the twentysomething and thirtysomething crowd, A Kick in the Assets is the brainchild of self-made millionaire and motivator Tod Barnhart. His book is a soup-to-nuts collection of insider's tips, organized in an easy-to-use ten-step format. It's specially designed for the people who are new at the money game, but are bored or intimidated by the dry financial planners available on the market. Whether the goal is establishing a credit-worthy present and a bankable future or achieving maximum security and minimum debt, Barnhart offers "take-charge strategies" that will help anyone get a financial clue.

A Kick in the Assets will show readers how to: -- Define success for themselves and discover what they really want -- Get out of debt...and stay out -- Buy and finance a home -- Apply "take-charge" budgeting that really works -- Looks at the long-term picture without losing sight of today's financial realities -- Invest wisely for the present and the future

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Contents

Dazed and Confused Financial Groundwork and Habits
1
A Kick in the Assets
2
Define Success
6
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Tod Barnhart was, at nineteen, the youngest licensed financial advisor in the United States. A millionaire by age twenty-eight, he is now a sought-after motivational speaker, television host, and investment advisor, and the author of the Business Week bestseller The Five Rituals of Wealth. He has turned A Kick in the Assets into a multi-media industry, with a weekly TV show on The People's Network, seminars in 100 cities per year, and a successful 6-tape audio series.

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