Reviews of the Book

Since the book was published there have been a few nice articles written about the book (as well as numerous brief mentions in the mainstream press). You can check  three of the more in-depth  pieces via the links below:

Article in US1

Article in Kiplinger

Article in L’ville News

In addition to the above, there are two very positive formal book reviews that appear in the current issue of each of the following actuarial journals. Links to those publications are below:

The Actuary

Contingencies

Finally, I have received many positive comments by early readers of “What’s Your Future Worth?”. Here are a few:

“ Despite being written for the layman, “What’s Your Future Worth?” is well worth reading by anyone concerned with decision making as it provides a great deal of important insight into the intractability of the future, the idiosyncratic nature of how we humans perceive the passage of time, and how best to approach the many decisions that all of us face on a day-to-day basis”

Eric Baum Ph.D. computer scientist and expert on Artificial Intelligence, CEO of Azure Sky Research and author of “What is Thought?”

“The future comes sooner than you might think. Reading What’s Your Future Worth? is a great way to prepare.”

Steve Vernon, FSA, author of Money for Life

“What’s Your Future Worth” makes Present Value compelling, interesting and accessible; it’s a concept for us all to embrace in making important life or financial decisions for the short-term, long-term and even the very distant future as our legacies.  I will enthusiastically recommend this book to all of my estate and charitable planning clients, as well as to the nonprofits I advise in planned giving.  We can improve our lives and the world by using Present Value as a tool!”

Jennifer S. Gorovitz, former CEO, Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund of San Francisco; Estate Planning and Nonprofit   Attorney, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Read What’s Your Future Worth? and you will discover that the value of the actuarial perspective, and Present Value in particular, extends far beyond what most people think. What actuaries have been doing
for decades can be applied by everyone to make better decisions; for themselves and their organizations.”

Bill Gulliver, Managing Director, North America Retirement, Towers Watson

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