Put our expertise to work for you. At Wasserman Retirement Specialists, we are proud to present to you various books our experts have authored.
Outlasting the Storm:
A Guide to Annuities, Safe Retirement Strategies and Tax Free Wealth Transfer
I remember a time an agent I knew contacted one of my clients, who then called me concerned. The agent had told the client how he would do things differently, which worried the client, yet this agent had never even sold in his life as many annuities as the client owned. Yes, even in our field, beyond the well intentioned, there are morons.
The purpose of this book is to help you, the consumer, understand annuities so that you will be educated and make the right choices if you choose to use these powerful tools. This book is written to be easily comprehensible. Critics may say that it’s too simple. I say if you understand it, you will know more than most of the people selling you the product.
You can Never be too Rich: Essential Investing Advice You Cannot Afford to Overlook
In “You Can Never Be Too Rich”, Alan Haft shares his much sought-after financial advice and reveals how to minimize risk and take advantage of the opportunities that can lead to a lifetime of financial security.
With this down-to-earth and highly informative book as your guide, you’ll quickly learn how to build and protect wealth and discover investment secrets that many Wall Street brokers and advisors would prefer you didn’t know about.
Two Side To The Coin: A History Of Gold
With today’s volatile economics conditions, the question of gold is more pertinent than ever. The world history of gold, from ancient times to the modern-day, has been a history of horrible and unspeakable acts that mankind has committed to obtain it, but also a history of beautiful art and jewelry, sublime religious depictions, magnificent palaces and temples, and a symbol of civilization’s greatness and wealth.
Gold has inspired and propelled up most of the world’s greatest civilizations and then drove them into the ground, leaving nothing behind but gold-filled tombs and temples for their ancestors to rob and excavate. Gold’s beauty has inspired mankind to paint, mold, shape, and form its very own gods, and at the same time, forsake those very gods in a frenzy of conquest, pillage, and murder. As if it were pulling the strings in the background, gold has played a hidden role in many well-known world historical events. Gold has motivated wars, built-up civilizations, and driven numerous adventurers into reckless quests in its pursuit.
The pursuit of gold has always drawn a thin line between success and disaster. Few that have experienced gold’s success have not experienced its downfall as well. Yet many more have experienced its downfall without ever experiencing its success. Despite this, mankind always has, and always will, continue to gamble its fortunes on gold. The immortal words that the King Ferdinand relayed to Christopher Columbus provide a sufficient answer to explain why: “Get gold, humanely if possible, but at all costs, get gold.”