Fighting For Your Financial Future, Round 2New Book Shares Tips on How to Win the Fight of Your Life – Your Financial Life
Paramus,-N.J.-September 30, 2011-A former top ten heavyweight boxer is now a Certified Financial PlannerTM and syndicated financial columnist. Help secure your future through the useful financial planning tips in the book Fighting For Your Financial Future, Round 2 by author Randy Neumann, CFP®.
Fighting For Your Financial Future, Round 2 tells you how to get in shape for the fight of your life–your financial life. It provides personal financial planning for anyone who needs to know more about their financial well-being. This book also offers insights on the importance of cash flow, investments, insurance, tax and estate planning, and more. This is truly a compelling read; you won’t even realize you’re getting financial advice. It will motivate readers and enable them to manage their financial life and prepare for retirement in a complex world. Grab a copy now and start planning your financial future!
Randy Neumann, a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University, achieved a world ranking and came within one bout (a loss to top-ranked challenger Chuck Wepner) of a title fight against Muhammad Ali in the 1970s. After retiring from boxing, Randy worked as a commercial banker and became a financial planner in 1979. He earned the Certified Financial PlannerTM practitioner designation in 1983 and was admitted to the Registry of Financial Planning Practitioners in 1984. The author was an instructor for the National Institute of Finance, where he prepared candidates for the CFP® designation. His personal finance columns, Financial Fitness and Money Matters have run in The Bergen Record and The Ridgewood News, respectively, along with other regional and local newspapers. He has written articles for Forbes, The New York Times, Harper’s, New Jersey Lawyer, Microsoft Moneyinsider and other publications. Randy is a frequent seminar speaker, and has appeared on many local and network television programs. He has talked about financial planning on MSNBC’s Moneyline, and was a guest on the Fox Business Network program Money for Breakfast, where he discussed “Five Tips to Knockout Debt.” He has developed and written extensively on his firm’s sophisticated asset allocation system for managing clients’ investments, which is based on the Nobel Prize winning Modern Portfolio Theory. In 2011, Randy was named to Ten Leaders of Management of Northern New Jersey, and was selected as a 2011 FIVE STAR Wealth Manager. The author continues to be involved in boxing; he set up a worldwide pension plan for professional boxers through the International Boxing Federation, and he referees local fights in New Jersey as well as championship fights around the world.
The book can be purchased in any major bookstore, or online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble.