Spending Wisely

How to Read an Extra 52 Helpful Books per Year

Doc’s note: I have a confession to make… I don’t read every book cover to cover. I’ve mentioned before that I’m a passionate reader. But there’s just not enough time to read every book, magazine, and newsletter.

That’s why today, I’m featuring an essay from Mark Ford, co-founder of the Palm Beach Research Group. Mark shares four tips to quickly get the most you can out of a book… without reading it cover to cover.

Two Cost Cutters to Save on Prescription Drugs

Prescription-drug prices in the U.S. are skyrocketing…

In just the past year alone, prices on drugs are up nearly 10% on average. But some are even worse.

Seven Ways to Pay off Your Mortgage Early

Doc’s note: We first began publishing Retirement Millionaire Daily in October 2015. Since then, we’ve sent more than 200 issues to our readers.

We’ve also welcomed tens of thousands of new readers. So every Thursday this month, we’re sending you our favorite issues from October 2015. If you haven’t read these issues, we hope you enjoy them. If you’ve already read them, use them as a refresher or share them with your friends and family.


How to Get Paid to Eat Potato Chips, Watch TV, and More

I love sharing unique ways to save money and make some extra cash on the side…

Here’s one of my favorite ways, which I recently shared with my Retirement Millionaire subscribers…

The World’s Scarcest Commodity

Doc’s note: I read this essay from my friend Alexander Green, Chief Investment Strategist of The Oxford Club, and had to share…


This 1996 Law Will Increase Both Your Wealth and the Smarts of Your Family

This is one of the easiest ways to shelter assets for your children or grandchildren… and save a bundle on taxes while doing so.

This varies from state to state, but it – generally – allows you to…

How to Save Money Even After You’re Dead

Nobody wants to talk about death…

Most folks would rather just ignore it, and pretend that it’s not going to happen to them.

Stop Overpaying for These Three Things

A cardinal rule for preserving wealth is never overpay for anything.

The more money you keep, the more you can save for your retirement.

If You Live in These Areas, Your Doctor Could Be Ripping You Off

Where you live can nearly double how much you’re spending on medical care, as well as how much care your doctor orders.

A patient in Miami, Florida costs Medicare about $13,524 a year… while one in Honolulu, Hawaii costs around $6,900, according to the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care.

How to Buy a $2,000 Fruit Basket

Did you get a nice Christmas basket of fruit, nuts, or other goodies last year from your financial advisor?

The bigger the basket, the more likely it is you’re paying your advisor far too much