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I have a treat for you today. I had the pleasure of speaking with Paul Merriman this week and wanted to share some content that he has available.
Paul is a retired financial advisor and also the author of several personal finance books including Financial Fitness Forever.
What I admire most about Paul is that he loves to teach and share. He is also retired so 100% of the money he earns through book sales and royalties goes directly to his foundation dedicated to financial education.
I want to highlight two pieces of content.
Free Finance Ebook – Who Will Benefit Most from the Below Resources?
The content is mainly focused on personal finance. It is great for
- People who don’t know much about finance
- New investors
- and retirees
If you know of such people, feel free to pass the message along.
Download a free copy of the book. It’s an easy read with 101 short pieces of personal finance advice.
It answers a truckload of questions that any new investor or retiree may have on their mind.
Voted best podcast by Money in 2008, the podcast comes out weekly, with plans for 3 podcasts per week a little later in the year.
Some topics that the podcast covers include
- How much higher can the market go?
- Is it time to sell gold?
- 10 things every investor should know
- 2012 in review: how did my predictions do?
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