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  • Writer's pictureDavid H. Kinder, RFC®, ChFC®, CLU®

Recommended Reading List

Updated: Jan 20

One of the key things we do with those who are investigating our strategies for themselves is to encourage them do their own research. The internet will have no shortage of "keyboard warrior experts" to claim how "they're right and we're wrong." (I've found that "the internet" is full of data... but low on wisdom.)

While my blog has been read by many industry leaders and compliance experts, it's also good to reference 3rd party resources that don't have any vested interest whether or not one decides to move forward with us. They're just books, but they're very good!

Each of these links will be for the Kindle edition of these books so you can immediately purchase and read them:

Leave Behind Material (by request)

- by Thomas F. Love

Confessions of a CPA: Why What I Was Taught To Be True Has Turned Out Not To Be

- by Bryan Bloom, CPA

Confessions of a CPA: The Truth About Life Insurance

- by Bryan Bloom, CPA

Confessions of a CPA: The Capital Equivalent Value of Life Insurance

- by Bryan Bloom, CPA

The Power of Zero, Revised and Updated: How to Get to the 0% Tax Bracket and Transform Your Retirement

- by David McKnight

Don't be Debt-Free & BROKE: Debt; The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

- by Matt Love

What Would the Rockefellers Do?: How the Wealthy Get and Stay That Way, and How You Can Too

- by Garrett Gunderson

No Stone Left Unturned: How to Cash In On This Hidden Treasure in the Tax Code (That Can Save You Hundreds of Thousands in Retirement)

- by Daniel Rondberg

The AND Asset: The secret way to save and use your money at the same time

- by Caleb Guilliams

The EUREKONOMICS™ Dazzling Dozen

- by Jeffrey Reeves, MA

Rich Dad's CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom

- by Robert Kiyosaki

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