How to Make Your Money Last - Ronald A. Valentino

How to Make Your Money Last

By Ronald A. Valentino

  • Release Date: 2016-02-26
  • Genre: Personal Finance
Score: 4
From 96 Ratings


Start Now Before It’s Too Late!

Can You Retire In This Economy?
Did you know that only 22% of workers are confident they will have enough money in retirement? How about that 45% of Americans have saved NOTHING for retirement? These are facts. These are widely known statistics of our present economy. Here’s the good news – if you’re reading this, it’s not too late to start. If you’re tired of an uncertain future for you and your family, How to Make Your Money Last will guide you to comfortable living.
If you already have anything at all in your savings account, you’re ahead of almost half of America, but that doesn’t mean you’re safe. And if you don’t have any savings, then this book is a perfect start. And no, this isn’t some get-rich-quick book. This isn’t a secret to success. This is a book for those seeking to make the most of their money for their retirement and enjoyment for the many years to come. 

Why Should I Care?
Not only is it tough enough to survive in this economy, it is even tougher to save. So what does this mean? A few things. One, it means you will have to work until you die. Two, it means you won’t have time to spend with your family and loved ones. Three, it means you won’t have time to enjoy the wonders the world has to offer. Four, it means less protection and support for your family and loved ones. Go ahead and read that list again, and ask yourself if that is the life you want to live and be remembered by. 
Getting laid off while living paycheck-to-paycheck creates an unstable and stressful home. How will you put food on the table? How will you keep a roof over your head? How will you pay for your transportation? These are worries that you do not need to have.

So How Do I Start?
How to Make Your Money Last will guide you through every step of the way. It is time to put a stop to the erratic spending, stressful paycheck-to-paycheck living, and take a look at what’s really going on in your financial life. You will learn how to and will create a self-assessment for your current financial circumstances. You will be able to see easily see how much money you can really save for your retirement. But this is life, and you only get one. It’s not all about saving; you need to be able to enjoy yourself and your family as well!
Through this book, you will start thinking like an investor. This will help you create a vision for your future. This includes creating and accomplishing goals for this vision. Once you know where your current financial standing is and have a vision with solid goals, you will be able to start taking action. You will start multiplying your money. Once you learn how to make your money work for itself and how to make the most of it, you can create a comfortable retirement. At the same time you can enjoy your life and family. 

The Longer You Wait, The Harder It Will Be! It’s important to start right away. The sooner you implement saving strategies for retirement money and start setting goals for investing, the sooner you can secure your future and enjoy your life.



  • left me wanting more for myself:)

    By 123abc😝
    If you feel your stuck. read this. it may be hard at first, but it’s worth it. even through the parts you disagree with like the author said, just drop them and keep going. I can say confidently you’ll be leaving with more confidence and motivation, than disagreement :)
  • Outstanding Book

    By Tia Focus
    This book is an easy read with great nuggets that can easily be implemented right away. I plan to share this book. With others and recommend reading it. Thank You!
  • Amazing book

    By Lenny D2023
    Amazing book. Would definitely recommend. If fact I will be reading this again! I can’t believe that it’s free. Kicked off my 2023 with reading this short but powerful book.
  • This book is short, yet has a strong impact

    By Dedeluvs
    I HIGHLY recommend this book. It is short, yet impactful. It even includes Napoleon Hill’s philosophy and ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ analogy. I am truly inspired by this short read!