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How To Retire Comfortably

The problem? Financial unknowns. People have too many of them. The top unknowns typically link back to will I ever retire or am I remotely on track to retire?

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What you need to know to be prudent with your money and to be able to retire comfortably.

Learn all about:

  • The 5 Keys to Money and Values
  • I Don’t Believe in Budgets
  • The Importance of Building an Emergency Account
  • Prioritizing Your Wants, Desires and Living Within Your Means
  • The Ten Commandments of Couple Communication With Money
  • How to Buy a Car
  • How to Select a Mortgage Consultant
  • How to Buy a Home With Caralee Gurney
  • 7 Areas of Spending You Should Audit for Financial Waste
  • How to Select a Financial Advisor
  • A Key Quality in Selecting a Financial Planner
  • How to Trust a Financial Advisor
  • Why You are Financially Stressed and What You Can Do About It.
  • Introduction to Set Expectations
  • Debt Free Mindset and Developing New Habits
  • Habits to Get You Out of Debt
  • The Abusive Secrets of the Credit Card Industry
  • Getting Control of Your Spending - The Boundary System
  • How to Improve Your Credit Score
  • Getting Organized With Your Debt Inventory
  • The Debt Solution Deception
  • Creating Your Own Debt Consolidation Plan
  • Debt Collector Threats, Harassment, and How to Fight Back
  • Surviving and Beating the Perfect Debt Storm – The 5 Categories of Debt
  • Dealing With Student Loan Debt
  • Strategies for Lowering Your Interest Rates and Getting Out of Debt as Fast as Possible
  • Debt - Summing it All Up
  • The Dangers of Pop Culture Finance
  • How the Stock Market Really Works
  • Why Your Advisor Probably Doesn't Understand Your Risk Level
  • Saving More Money Won't Get You to Retirement
  • How to Be a Quadrant II Investor
  • Is Investing in a 401k Plan Always a Good Idea
  • The 10 Don’ts of 401 K Investing
  • How to Invest Your 401k Plan
  • The Secrets of Selecting a Good Mutual Fund
  • How to Invest in a Declining Stock Market
  • The Risks in Investing in Bonds and Funds
  • Navigating Through the Annuity Mind Field
  • The Coming Collapse of the Economy and the Dollar
  • Young Adults Guide: Prioritize Your Wants, Desires, and Live Within Your Means
  • 11 Pieces Of Wisdom I Wish That I Knew When I Was in My 20's
  • 10 Steps to Take 5 Years Out From Financial Independence (Retirement)
  • What They Don’t Tell You About Life Insurance
  • Estate Planning 101
  • Creative Ways to Create a Long-Term Care Plan
  • Protect Yourself From Identity Theft When (Not If) it Happens
  • Insider Secrets of The IRS
  • How to Win a Tax Audit With Dan Pilla
  • Bonus Video - Q and A of Most Frequently Asked Questions


Your Instructor


Bob Brooks
Bob Brooks

Bob Brooks is a 25-year veteran of the financial services business and is President of Prudent Money Financial Services, a registered investment advisor firm. He specializes in investing and managing money for individuals. Bob started his practice in June 1992.

Bob looks at investing much differently than most. Unlike most financial advisors, Bob looks at managing for risk as the highest priority. Bob believes if you can manage to avoid the big downturns that they growth will be there. His main focus is to help clients define and pursue their financial goals through his prudent money investment strategy.

Since 2002, Bob has hosted the daily financial talk show, The Prudent Money Show. He has counseled 1000’s of listeners through his radio show. By presenting the other side of the story, Bob helps listeners and readers become better stewards of their finances. He accomplishes this objective through his writing, radio show, and public speaking. He stays true to his Prudent Money mission – No Hype. No Agenda. Just Financial Information from a Christian Perspective.

Bob has taken everything that he knows about debt, the business of debt, and the problems that people are facing and in 2009 authored the definitive guide, Deceptive Money, to solve America’s greatest problem.

Bob lives in Dallas, Texas with his wife and two sons. He is a 1990 graduate of Baylor University with a BBA in Financial Services and Management.


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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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