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The aspiring millionaire
Bailey, Bill, 1953-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Sacramento, CA : Aspiring Millionaires Pub. House, [1988]

Physical Description:
183 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Format :

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Financial planning can lead to financial security. But to achieve financial independence, especially in the retirement years, a person must start by defining dreams, setting goals, and determining what is best for his or her own situation. Investment adviser Bailey walks the reader through a planning process that provides both conservative and aggressive strategies. The author defines four estates-present, death, disability, and retirement-as necessary elements for any financial plan, then provides informative tips on how to make provisions for each. Finally, many investment and savings programs, such as bonds, trusts, limited partnerships, real estate, and tax-free securities, are discussed. A positive approach to the often frustrating chore of achieving solid financial goals. Appendixes, glossary; no index. GRH. 332.024'01 Finance, Personal / Investments [OCLC] 87-71995