Bestselling financial advisor David Bach brings us his proven, revolutionary system that in one hour will make readers -- even those not smart about money, not disciplined or budget-minded -- rich. The Automatic Millionaire shows readers how to change financial practices and financial lives, beginning with a powerful story of an average Canadian couple -- he's a low-level manager, she's a teacher -- whose joint income never exceeds $55,000 a year, yet who somehow manage to own two homes debt-free, put two kids through college, and retire at 55 with more than $1 million in savings. The incredible message Bach delivers is that the key to getting rich is by "automating" the way to wealth "by paying yourself first," using automatic funded retirement accounts and money market accounts to secure the future and pay for the present. In a short book destined for bestseller lists, The Automatic Millionaire introduces readers to a system that is powerfully simple, and automatically effective, a life-changing system that delivers. Do it once, the rest is automatic.
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"While this is not new advice, the genial author and TV celebrity packages it so smoothly that it will make you want to clean up your financial habits right away. His speaking style is youthful and positive, and the stories and illustrations have enough narrative suspense to hold anyone's attention. To avoid spending and accumulate wealth, set up automatic spending and investing systems and then follow them religiously. Along with detailed guidance about every aspect of creating this structure, there is an enhanced CD that has visual displays and action steps to print and use. An enjoyable, complete, and highly motivational lesson for anyone whose get-rich plans are stuck on the drawing board. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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