Why Do Most Workers End Up with Pennies Later in Life After Earning Millions of Dollars Throughout Their Lifetime?
What happens to the money along the way?
Do you know the answer to these questions? If you don’t, you’re likely to end up in the same predicament.
In Pennies to Power, author and financial management coach Tom Graneau points out that despite the college degree and perfect career, most workers stay broke…all the way through retirement. The big houses, expensive cars, and other lavish props are merely concealing the truth that even those who make six-figure incomes are feeling the financial squeeze.
The good news is that YOU can prevent this financial debacle in your life…
Could Renting a Home Make More Financial Sense in the Long Run than Buying One?
For decades, home ownership has been widely regarded as the “best financial investment” in the pursuit of wealth accumulation. Americans believe that the appreciated value of a home provides a great hedge against inflation, giving home owners an opportunity to make a profit when they sell the property. Today, the home ownership rate is 64.4 percent. Yet most Americans are insolvent.
What if home ownership is nothing more than a huge economic scam designed to keep most people broke?
Get ready to rethink the way you view renting vs home ownership in Renters Win, Home Owners Lose, Revealing the Biggest Scam in America.