Written for physicians and professionals from any discipline, Chase Chandler's new book exposes the wealth preservation tactics that the bankers don't want you to know.
It's an unfortunate fact of modern-day life; millions of Americans are working up to fifty years but acquiring little wealth. Believing it to be the result of hidden financial education, one industry expert has stepped forward to release a book that uncovers some of life's most precious wealth creation and preservation tactics.
'The Wealthy Physician' is the work of Chase Chandler, a respected financial expert and counsellor who has recently left a large financial firm to launch his own operation. The book offers an enlightening glimpse at realistic, efficient and powerful strategies for growing and protecting wealth. The book's underlying punch is that the strategies shared are the insider's tips that the banking and financial services world is too protective to make public.
As the author explains, the true cost of the secretive world of finance was made apparent to him following an extensive research project.
"I wanted to discover what the wealthy were doing that was working so well and why the majority in America, in every profession, seemed to go 30, 40, or even 50 years and creating very little wealth," Chandler explains.
Continuing, "What I found was undeniably shocking. In short- much of the personal financial product industry has become a 'shell game'. I believe the cure it out there- all it takes is a basic understanding of finance, banking and economics. The problem is that most Americans have very little understanding of these topics."
While originally written for the medical world, the book has received critical acclaim from professionals spanning a myriad of industries.
More information can be found at the book's official website: http://www.wealthyphysicianbook.com.