Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Let’s face it. Most of us have a goal that in some way is connected to money. Douglas R. Andrew, Emron D. Andrew, and Aaron R. Andrew share their vast expertise. The target audience is thirty and under.
My first comments must be that I am over thirty and do not necessarily agree with all of their concepts. I believe in staying out of debt and avoiding credit cards. However, I am a far cry from a millionaire, so who am I to offer advice or to negate the authors plan? When I visit my financial counselor, my head begins to spin, then it aches, and finally I just nod, hoping to get out of there as soon as possible.
Millionaire By Thirty assists readers in understanding finances and financial jargon. The authors warn that too many young adults expect to start with what it has taken years for their parents to attain. Another warning is not to expect the government to provide you with a retirement income. Topics are explored in simple easy-to-understand terms. From IRA, purchasing a home, to investing, the authors offer invaluable information. This book will assist you in understanding finances and reaching your goals.