Live Well, Die Broke teaches you how to spend and enjoy your money – while you still can. Armed with his granddad’s simple concept of Mailbox Money®, Tony Walker takes the reader on a financial journey of his life’s work and the powerful influences that have affected it by showing you how to gain more control over your money rather than having it always control you.
Having personally met with over 15,000 ‘Savers,’ Walker understands the mind and habits of those entering and living out their retirement years. Constructed of themes such as “Life is too short to eat cheap bacon” and “Avoiding the Guilt Trip Gospel,” this book takes a fresh new financial philosophy and makes it relatable to the rookie investor and professional advisor alike.
Revealing the powerful truth that money is merely a temporary tool for a temporary journey and that in the end, whether we die with millions of dollars in the bank or just a few bucks in our pocket, we all Die Broke. With 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring each day, this is a hot topic and a must read for savers concerned about running out of money and looking for ways to enjoy both their lives and their financial resources.
In under 2 hours of reading time, this book might change the way you’ll think about money and the financial world for the rest of your life. Walker shares his philosophy that “it is not about how much money you accumulate over your lifetime; but rather, how much you spend and enjoy what you have accumulated during your lifetime.”
The book is available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle versions.
About Tony Walker
Growing up as a lower middle-class kid of divorced parents during the 1960s, Tony Walker had little knowledge or hope of learning about money and how best to manage it. Yet, his unique life experiences, 35 years in the field of finance, and meeting in person with over 15,000 savers formed a unique perspective about money and ways others can better use and enjoy it while they can. A fiduciary, six-time author, and host of his own television show, The WorryFree Retirement®, he is happily married to his high-school sweetheart Susan. Together they enjoy their three children, two grandchildren, and a 90-pound Black Russian Terrier named Stella.
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