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Navigate Your Way to Financial Freedom The road to financial well-being is complex. En route, you face an overwhelming variety of complicated choices—from deciding which job to take to determining how best to spend or save—that can impact your financial life in ways that are often difficult to predict. Author Paul Bennett knows there is no decision that is not connected to Navigate Your Way to Financial Freedom The road to financial well-being is complex. En route, you face an overwhelming variety of complicated choices—from deciding which job to take to determining how best to spend or save—that can impact your financial life in ways that are often difficult to predict. Author Paul Bennett knows there is no decision that is not connected to your financial well-being. With over twenty-five years of experience, as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional he also knows that navigating those decisions doesn’t have to be so hard. The Money Navigator examines: • Key insights into human economic behavior • Reasons why investors make poor decisions • Why financial and insurance products are so misunderstood • How a Money Navigator—a full-scale CFP®—can help you invest well and manage your financial life with ease. ​With fresh insights and real-life examples backed up by in-depth research, each chapter of The Money Navigator offers you practical takeaways for you particular situation, whether you find yourself on the cusp of retirement, are already retired, or are facing a life transition. Bennett’s expert navigation and advice propels you toward the life you always imagined and equips you with the tools to attain your goals.


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Navigate Your Way to Financial Freedom The road to financial well-being is complex. En route, you face an overwhelming variety of complicated choices—from deciding which job to take to determining how best to spend or save—that can impact your financial life in ways that are often difficult to predict. Author Paul Bennett knows there is no decision that is not connected to Navigate Your Way to Financial Freedom The road to financial well-being is complex. En route, you face an overwhelming variety of complicated choices—from deciding which job to take to determining how best to spend or save—that can impact your financial life in ways that are often difficult to predict. Author Paul Bennett knows there is no decision that is not connected to your financial well-being. With over twenty-five years of experience, as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional he also knows that navigating those decisions doesn’t have to be so hard. The Money Navigator examines: • Key insights into human economic behavior • Reasons why investors make poor decisions • Why financial and insurance products are so misunderstood • How a Money Navigator—a full-scale CFP®—can help you invest well and manage your financial life with ease. ​With fresh insights and real-life examples backed up by in-depth research, each chapter of The Money Navigator offers you practical takeaways for you particular situation, whether you find yourself on the cusp of retirement, are already retired, or are facing a life transition. Bennett’s expert navigation and advice propels you toward the life you always imagined and equips you with the tools to attain your goals.

42 review for The Money Navigator: The Essential Guide to Living Your Ideal Financial Life

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    Received this book through a goodreads giveaway. The book's stated purpose is to help you the reader find a "Money Navigator". A "Money Navigator" is a Certified Financial Planner who combines the expert knowledge of personal financial products that requires, with the skills of a counselor or psychotherapist. The person described sounds brilliant, but the book gives you no practical direction in how to find such a paragon other than directing you to a website that will give you a list of fee only Received this book through a goodreads giveaway. The book's stated purpose is to help you the reader find a "Money Navigator". A "Money Navigator" is a Certified Financial Planner who combines the expert knowledge of personal financial products that requires, with the skills of a counselor or psychotherapist. The person described sounds brilliant, but the book gives you no practical direction in how to find such a paragon other than directing you to a website that will give you a list of fee only CFPs. There is some good discussion in here of issues that hold people back from achieving financial success and I learned about some interesting financial products for retirees that I was not previously aware of, so it was not a complete waste of time, but it was nonetheless disappointing. There are much better Personal Finance guides out there that do include practical tips about how to pick a financial adviser such as what questions to ask in an interview, and what the answers to those questions should include, and, more importantly, how to spot a scammer, which this book does not even mention. Also, the authors use of his trademarked term "Finlife" by which he means "Your Ideal Finanacial Life" was so overdone that it became really annoying.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Adams

    This book is full of cliches woven together in a seedy-salesman fashion. The book contains not advice regarding financial goals, but rather a series of sales pitches to convince readers of the practical necessity of hiring financial expertise. Propaganda and nonsense. Would've been more appropriate as a pamphlet or infomercial. This book is full of cliches woven together in a seedy-salesman fashion. The book contains not advice regarding financial goals, but rather a series of sales pitches to convince readers of the practical necessity of hiring financial expertise. Propaganda and nonsense. Would've been more appropriate as a pamphlet or infomercial.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I won this book in a giveaway - and this is my opinion. I think this book is a must read for those expecting to undergo a major financial change, but who already know how to be financially independent (30-40 year olds and people expecting to retire soon). The author is very informative in all the ways and actions that one can take to be financially independent. Very quick and easy read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    Has good and bad. See review https://rannthisthat.blogspot.com/202... Has good and bad. See review https://rannthisthat.blogspot.com/202...

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    John

    Nope. I did not get "into" it. Oh well. Nope. I did not get "into" it. Oh well.

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    Hazel

    Interesting book. I received it as a ARC and found this book helpful and interesting. I have referred this book to friends.

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