Buffalo Grove resident and Glenview based financial advisor releases his first book

  • Mark Mappa

    Mark Mappa

 
Mark Mappa
Updated 10/7/2019 7:29 AM

Mark is the author of the book Cash Flow Is King which is based on what he has learned and experienced in his 30-plus years in financial services and about his clients' expectations for their retirement. The book is a primer on how we all should truly think about money, savings, investments and retirement.

Whether you are saving, investing, or spending... the fact is, we all need cash flow. It represents our financial lifeblood. Which is why you need Cash Flow Is King! This book will help you maximize your cash flow on a reliable, tax advantaged, and even guaranteed basis.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

In Mark's book, you will learn how to:

- think outside the financial box

- save and invest like the wealthy

- base your financial decisions on facts and math

- create reliable and even guaranteed cash flow

- and much more!

"In retirement, guaranteed income may be more important than savings because savings can run out due to longevity, stock market risk, and taxes. Mark Mappa shows you strategies that can help you maximize your monthly income with the goal for it to last as long as you do. That's why cash flow is king!

Ed Slott, CPA, author, retirement expert, founder of www.irahelp.com

2700 Patriot Blvd., Suite 250, Glenview, IL 60026, (847) 262-3030

Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through Woodbury Financial Services Inc., Member FINRA, SIPC, and Registered Investment Advisor. Mappa Wealth Management and Woodbury Financial Services are not affiliated.

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