Review of Reconfigurement

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Review of Reconfigurement

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Reconfigurement" by E. Alan Fleischauer.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Do you have a plan for yourself when you get older and eventually retire? Do you know how you can free yourself from all the financial concerns of your life by the time you get old? E. Alan Fleischauer gives you an overall look at your life before retirement with his book Reconfigurement. Reconfigurement is an interesting book that covers all the financial facts and thoughts that most people need nowadays. It is basically about having a plan for everything. It talks about how we can plan our lives before retirement when we get old. The author has been a financial advisor for many years, and in his books, he shares many new financial strategies and how they can help people in their old age. From online self-assessment and personality checks to health insurance and Medicare, you will get to know how you can reconfigure your life with all the financial problems.

Reconfigurement by E. Alan Fleischauer is an amazing book. When you read that the book is about finance and planning ahead, you might think it’s boring. But as I read through each chapter of the book, I got to learn many new things. One of the reasons I liked the book was that every chapter carries an important message and focuses on one main topic, and these topics are all linked to each other. Another quality of the book is when the author provides links and leads you to online websites in order to learn about some topics. Again, many people might think the book is boring, but here is when the creativity of the author comes to the rescue. Every chapter contains many jokes related to the topic, which provide a refreshing moment to understand the topic. I liked how the author tries so hard to keep it interesting and not boring for his readers.

I liked the book very much. Even though it talks about people who have jobs and are at the peak of getting old, I as a very young reader still got to learn many things, and I appreciate the author for that. I have to say the book was amazing, and I have no negative things to say about it. I am happy to rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

I would definitely recommend Reconfigurement by E. Alan Fleischauer to readers who would like to know more about their lives and the financial problems they face. You don’t have to be older to read this book; instead, anyone of any age who is interested in this subject of life can read it, even just to gain knowledge like me. I am sure you will love the book and learn many great lessons.

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Post by Elina Tshabalala »

Truth is we are growing older each day and retirement is inevitable. We need to start preparing for those times now. It's never too early to start. Thanks for an insightful review!
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