Keep It, Grow It, Enjoy It, Bestow It: Wealth Secrets of the Truly Affluent
How do you cut through the competing claims, arguments, and advertisements for financial products and services? What's the best approach to financial planning for yourself and those you love? Mitch Brill is one of America's most successful-and wisest-financial strategists. He has guided hundreds of high net worth individuals through the complications of today's financial markets and now shares his wisdom in his new book Keep It, Grow It, Enjoy It, Bestow It: Wealth Secrets of the Truly Affluent. How can you maximize your insurance coverage without adding a dime to your premiums? How can you plan for your children's college education without destroying your own net worth? And what's the one investment that makes everything else in your investment portfolio perform even better? Discover all this, and much more, in Keep It, Grow It, Enjoy It, Bestow It: Wealth Secrets of the Truly Affluent. In a series of intriguing, entertaining, and thought-provoking short essays, Mitch explains the secrets of staying solvent with strong financial growth in today's complex investing climate. The time you spend with Mitch will be the best investment you ever make!
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