Review Rating: 5 Stars
Stop Paying Hidden Investment Fees! How To Get Unbiased Advice For The Right Fee So You Can Reach Your Financial Goals Years Earlier by Dean C. Kendall tells us how to educate ourselves and learn how hidden fees stop us from reaching our goals. If you can learn how to find and avoid these fees, you can potentially retire much earlier than you would have been able to, if that’s your goal, or have that big holiday of a lifetime, the one that used to be nothing more than a dream. Dean also talks about styles of investment, tax deductions, and what your financial advisor should be providing you – and what it costs! This book has been written with professionals and business owners in mind.
Stop Paying Hidden Investment Fees! by Dean C. Kendall is an interesting book. Although it is aimed at businesses and professionals, I see no reason why any one of us can’t take something away from it; after all, we all get affected by this kind of thing all the time. It's up to us to decide if we are going to let the financial services industry rule us and ruin us, or whether we are going to take control of our money and our futures back. I found this book to be written in easy to understand language and it was concise and to the point. No fluff, no filler, just straight talking information. This is the kind of book that will be useful to refer back to from time to time, even if just as a reminder that we don’t have to accept everything we are told!
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