Best Seller Publishing announces the release of Robert Feols new book, The Short-Term Retirement Program: Break Out of Your Financial Prison. It will be available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store on June 15th.
Living paycheck to paycheck? Exhausted with financial stress?
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The revolution includes people who are taking back their financial lives after being sick and tired of working year after year, living paycheck to paycheck, and going nowhere.
Sound familiar? It should76% of Americans are in the same boat.
Do these circumstances eerily mirror your life?
Your paycheck spent, often well in advance of receiving it?
Credit card debt: unpayable and unsustainable?
Student loan debt: often exceeding most peoples house mortgage?
30-year home loans you are making no progress on?
Less than $500 in your checking or savings account?
Wondering when and how this will all end?
If this sounds like youyou need The Short-Term Retirement Program.
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Learn how to pay off your personal mortgage in as little as three to five years. Leverage your income to invest in rental properties that can help you build wealth for years to come. Learn WHY you are unable to get ahead, the nefarious financial market factors intentionally arrayed against you, and how to solve your financial problems Once And For All.
The Short-Term Retirement Program will change your life forever.
The Short-Term Retirement Program by Robert Feol will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (6/15/2020 6/19/2020) at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083G68S45.
The Short-Term Retirement Program has a 5.0-star rating on Amazon.com. Heres what some people had to say:
I have this dream of being able to completely support myself when I am old without working til I die. I read all these financial advice books so I can get as much input as possible to my highest possible gains on the money I have. I try my best to make my money work for me in every way. When I picked this book I didnt realize it was so heavily geared toward real estate investing, but that is okay because I do want to get into investing in real estate anyway so I found this book really offered some value and information for me. Though it didnt offer any brand new concepts Id ever heard of before it does offer plenty of information on how to produce a livable retirement fund in an easy to read/digest form. I like that the book goes over tenant/landlord responsibilities toward a rental property, though its prudent to make sure you know your states laws going into it. But its nice to have to reference back to if you have a question regarding something, and…