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Save Now or Die Trying: Achieving Long-Term Wealth in Your 20s and 30s

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Save Now or Die Trying

"Most Americans see retirement as a certainty. The problem is too many older Americans have not saved enough and too many younger Americans start too late. Mark Bruno's Save Now or Die Trying provides an actionable wake-up call for some and an important jump start for others."
--Mellody Hobson, President, Ariel Capital Management, LLC/Arie
Hardcover, 174 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by John Wiley & Sons (first published January 1st 2007)
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Jul 29, 2008 Anna rated it it was ok
Recommended to Anna by: SPL "New Nonfiction" shelf
I'll sum up this book for you, to save you the trouble: Young person! I am also a young person, so you can trust me! If your employer offers a 401k or 403b, take advantage! If not, save for retirement using an IRA. Put at least a little in every month. Don't take it out again until you retire. The end.

This book was choc-a-block with one-sentence paragraphs, up with which I cannot put. This will teach me (will I ever learn?) to stay away from the Rainier Beach Public Library's "New Nonfiction" sh
Jul 28, 2009 Molly rated it it was ok
I have honestly never read a published book so full of typos- like, spell-check was on, but not grammar-check. Absolutely ridiculous. Aside from that (which was hard to get away from), it was basically a primer on saving, and how young people aren't doing it. Well, we're not doing it "right." Yeah, I guess there's some truth there. It was pretty eye-opening for me. Not a 'get rich and here's how' book, but rather a 'why don't you just save money' book. Useful.
L rated it it was ok
Feb 13, 2008
I feel like after reading the first chapter, I got the gist of this book.
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