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

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Simon and Schuster, 1988 - Business & Economics - 431 pages
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Wealth Without Risk contains the identical money management plans and tax-saving tips that 150,000 prople have paid $300 each to learn about in Givens's programs--the same proven strategies that have enabled Givens himself to accumulate assets (including a gold-plated Lincoln, a personal jet, and a Jamaican plantation) worth more than $100 million.

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Givens assembles the ground rules of his fourth self-made fortune into 268 "strategies'' for personal finance, taxes, and investment. His finance rules convey very helpful advice on insurance and ... Read full review

Contents

MY STORY
15
CASUALTY INSURANCECUTTING YOUR
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BETTER LIFE INSURANCE FOR 80 LESS
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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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