Business owners will gain wisdom, principles and practical advice on how to enjoy a great retirement and leave a lasting legacy.
Byers shares, "Only three percent of all Americans have been able to accumulate
Successful business owners with accumulated wealth face little-known mistakes and missteps that can prove very costly. Lack of understanding can derail the retirement lifestyle that many have come to expect, as well as spoil their best-laid plans for a legacy.
"Closely-held business owners face very different tax, wealth and retirement obstacles than the average population. As a result of popular myths about money and wealth, many are unaware of very expensive mistakes they are making today, even those with a team of well-meaning advisors," continues Byers.
For example, Byers says, running afoul of
The easy-to-read book is not laden with theory or jargon. Rather it is filled with practical principles and actual examples. It begins by exposing how and why the financial planning industry, and many financial advisors, have left many people confused. It goes on to expose common misconceptions that popular financial media, TV shows and internet sites have led most people to believe.
Another interesting and informative feature of the book is its collection of real-life stories of failure and success sprinkled throughout. The book ends by showing readers how to take the next step for making informed decisions about retirement planning and legacy goals.
About KEN BYERS:
As the Creator of The Closely Held Business Playbook and Co-Author of "Retire Abundantly", Ken has been interviewed on "Business Icons" by
Ken is the Founder and CEO of
Ken's work ethic, dedication to excellence and determination were forged as a former professional
Ken shares his leadership skills with multiple organizations, including Board Member of the
Ken's professional associations also include the
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