This book creates a mind shift in the notion that retirement is not an age, but a financial number. In it he talks about a 41 year old man who is retired due to diligent retirement planning. If you aren’t inspired to plan for retirement after reading it, then you must have a very large trust fund!

    About the Book

    What do you think of when you hear the word retirement?

    Do you see yourself spending weeks at a time with your grandchildren?

    Volunteering your time to a worthy cause?

    Traveling to remote vacation spots you’ve always wanted to visit?

    Those dreams simply don’t line up with the reality of many working Americans. Rather than packing their bags for a month-long escape, many retirees will be packing their lunch for an eight-hour shift. And it’s not because they want to; it’s because they’re broke! In Retire Inspired, Chris Hogan teaches that retirement isn’t an age; it’s a financial number—an amount you need to live the life in retirement that you’ve always dreamed of. Whether you’re twenty-five or fifty-five, you can start now. Chris will equip you with a plan to make your own investing decisions, set proper expectations with your family for retirement, and build a dream team of experts to get you there.

    You don’t have to retire broke, stressed, and working long after you want to. You can retire inspired!

    Other Recommended Reading

    If you have children, this is a MUST. It is written by Dave Ramsey and his…
    The book that started it all! This is an inspiring collection of stories to…

    Our people

    Samantha Cameron is the owner of Cameron Financial Consulting, and has risen out of significant debt. Her personal journey through college, marriage, kids, mortgage, and cars only benefits her training through Master Financial Coach Training out of Tennessee. Her goal is to help others that may find themselves in debt, need help preparing for the future, or those whom desire to improve their lives with financial savvy.

    Unless you control your money, making more won't help. You'll just have bigger payments.
    No amount of spending will get rid of guilt or shame. You won't experience peace until you have contentment.
    The best way to get out of debt is to get mad at the problem and attack it with vengeance.