The 401(K) Millionaire
How I Started with Nothing and Made a Million and You Can, Too
Publication Date: May 31, 2001
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A surefire plan for financial independence--through bull and bear markets.
Knute Iwaszko--by turns a chemist, a salesman, and an innkeeper--made a million dollars without robbing a bank, without an inheritance, and without a Silicon Valley startup. He made it in a reliable but thoroughly new-fashioned way: by maximizing the potential of his 401(k) plan--and now he's going to tell millions of people how they, too, can become millionaires. This book will thoroughly explain the ins and outs of how 401(k) plans work, including tax benefits, contribution requirements and limits, withdrawal limitations, and risk management--and then fully describes "Knute's Unbeatable, Unbreak-able Rules for Making It to a Million" a foolproof formula that gives readers a step-by-step regimen for maximizing the potential of their 401(k) plans.
With simple, accessible language and clear, detailed steps for financial success, The 401(k) Millionaire is required reading for anyone who wants to make the most of his or her money.
"If you follow my five simple rules for 401(k) investing, there's no doubt in my mind that you can end up a 401(k) millionaire, too. Allow me to demonstrate how it's done . . ."
401(k) millionaire Knute Iwaszko's practical, surefire plan for financial success includes such topics as:
How I Became a 401(k) Millionaire
The 401(k): Your Personal Money Machine
The Perils of Procrastination
Maxing Out: More Money for You--and Less for Uncle Sam
Learning the Ropes: Your Inner Savvy Investor
Be Aggressive: Your Retirement Depends on It
Knute's Recipe for Success
"From the Hardcover edition.
Knute Iwaszko has been a chemist, a salesman, and an innkeeper--and now manages his investment portfolios from the home he shares with his wife at the Jersey shore.
Brian O'Connell writes on business and personal finance for TheStreet.com, Financial Planning, the Bos-ton Herald, and Investor Relations, among other publications. He has worked with leading financial planner Jonathan Pond on The New Century Family Money Book, as well as on articles, newsletters, and television and radio projects. He lives and works in Framingham, Massachusetts.