“I’ve realized something about retirement planning: It’s not about the math. It’s about people, and people matter.”
–Chris Hogan, Author
If you haven’t heard of Chris Hogan, you soon will. His book: “Retired Inspired” (2016, 260 pages, Ramsey Press) has become a #1 National Best Seller, mainly due to his taking a dull subject (retirement planning) and breathing some new life into it, with use of the Scriptures and some plain old common sense.
Hogan mixes humor, client studies, and financial truth in the pot, and comes out with a winner that treats retirement planning as something not to be feared, but as something that should be accepted as a normal part of growing older. His work will have appeal not only to those who may be of retirement age, but those who are younger who have not really thought about approaching this stage of life.
“Retirement is not only for people who are sixty, sixty-five, or seventy. Retirement is your chance to plug in and do that heart stuff, the things you have always wanted to do.”
–Chris Hogan, Author
The book contains ten easy-to-digest chapters, with financial information written for the reader to understand. Chapters include: “Budgeting”, “The Investing Menu”, and “Who Do You Trust?”. Legendary financial expert Dave Ramsey provides a very powerful forward to the book. “Retired Inspired” is one of those books that could add some extra ‘planning firepower’ for those who need it. It may be obtained from your favorite book seller, or, through your regular electronic book connection.
Mike Ramey is a Minister, Reviewer and Syndicated Columnist who lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. He brings current and lesser-known titles to light to re-kindle a love for reading and thinking in a sea of modern technology. Feel free to reach him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. © 2018 Barnstorm Communications.
Chris Hogan is a best-selling author, a personal finance expert, and America’s leading voice on retirement. Chris believes the world makes investing way more complicated than it should be. Having learned from his own money mistakes, he’s now dedicated to helping others avoid financial traps and prepare for the future.