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VIDEO: Plan Your Financial Future in ’15 Minutes’ with Altair Gobo, Author of ‘Getting To The Green’

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Watch our inspirational interview with Altair Gobo, financial planner and author of Getting to the Green: Golf, Financial Planning, and Life, Not Necessarily in That Order (Highpoint Executive Publishing). Gobo talks with BookTrib about financial planning, saving money, planning ahead for all of life’s hiccups, and, last but certainly not least, golf. Gobo demystifies investing and long-term savings with practical steps that everyone can use, regardless of where they are in their financial journey. This is one you won’t want to miss, especially if you are looking to make 2018 the year you reach your goals! Getting to the Green: Golf, Financial Planning, and Life, Not Necessarily in That Order is now available for purchase. Read  a free preview below!   ABOUT…

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‘Getting to the Green’: Talking Money and Finances with Author and Financial Planner Altair Gobo

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Altair Gobo has a unique way of looking at money, financial planning and wealth: He sees similarities between money management and the game of golf. Taking his experience as an avid golfer for 20 years and his 35 years as a CFP, Altair put this analogy and experience together in his new book, Getting to the Green: Golf, Financial Planning, and Life, Not Necessarily in That Order.   BookTrib recently had a sit down with Gobo to talk about his book and to ask one very critical question: ‘Is it ever too late to plan for the future?’ BookTrib: You’ve taken a really unique approach to explaining financial planning; you liken it to the game of golf. How did you come…

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Retirement means adventure in Home Sweet Anywhere

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Retirement isn’t just the end of a career; it can also be the beginning of a whole new life. Just over 12 percent of the American population is 65 or older, and while many of these people may be focused on playing it safe, some, like Lynne Martin and her husband Tim, are interested in adventure. Not content to simply travel during their retirement, the couple wanted to live in a variety of exotic locations. Martin’s book, Home Sweet Anywhere: How We Sold Our House, Created a New Life, and Saw the World (Sourcebooks, April) explains how they did it. In order to achieve their dream of living abroad, Lynne and Tim had to first sell their home. The decision…

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