Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Douglas Andrew, author of Missed Fortne 101, has just written a new book titled "Last Chance Millionaire: It's Not Too Late To Become Wealthy". I haven't finished reading it yet, but it's similiar to his previous book Missed Fortune.

"Last Chance Millionaire" is an effort to help the growing population of baby boomers retire with more than the current average of about $50,000. With Social Security possibly headed for trouble and medical science pushing life expectancy to new heights, "Broke Boomers" would seem a more appropiate monicker.

Douglas Andrew shows that doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results is just plain stupid. His strategies are not without controversy, but it is something to carefully look at if you plan on retiring comfortably in the future.

Get your copy of "Last Chance Millionaire" and decide for yourself.

You may also want to look at "Stop Sitting on Your Assets: How to Safely Leverage the Equity Trapped in Your Home and Transform It Into a Constant Flow of Wealth and Security" by Marian Snow.


There is a Missed Fortune Seminar being held this Thursday in Anchorage, by the Alaska Educational Institute. The seminar is titled "Missed Frotune: Using Your Mortgage to Create Wealth" and will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Carr Gottstein Academic Building, APU. RSVP: 646-2828 or mtullius@1stakmtg.com. Tell them you saw
it here, please.

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