Young Millionaire Promotes Fiscal Responsibility in New Book

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Twenty-four-year-old multimillionaire Jordan Wirsz shares his secrets to building personal wealth and starting your own business. Jordan's inspiring message is aimed at providing anyone, especially young adults, with the tools to be successful and wealthy.

In his new book The Maverick Millionaire (Palari Publishing, ISBN 1928662080) due out June 1, 2007, Jordan Wirsz provides an inside look into how he overcame great obstacles to become a success in the highly competitive investment market. Readers will also discover how to achieve their goals and use perceived liabilities -- like being very young or not having a lot of money -- to their advantage.

When he was 14, Jordan began his first business brokering airplanes and parts. Since then he has refined and honed his business skills. Today, at age 24, Jordan owns a multi-million-dollar trust deed investment company in Las Vegas, NV, called Diamond Bay Investments.

According to a recent survey, 80 percent of 18- to 25-year-olds listed "getting rich" as their most important goal; however, 30 percent said their most important problem was money and finances.

To address this growing issue, Jordan is now focusing on speaking and providing useful information to his generation to encourage fiscal responsibility and hopefully facilitate their financial success.

Through his book, speaking engagements and philanthropy efforts, Jordan hopes to demonstrate to others (especially young people) that fiscal responsibility can lead to financial success ... if you have the right tools and guidance.

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