Estate Planning Book Store


Be sure to click on the separate categories for estate planning books, forms, CDs, or financial independence books. You can also see your Amazon Wish List, search for other books (or products), or read book reviews.


If you are shopping for a great estate planning book, form or CD program – or a book about financial independence or freedom – you will find it here.


We work with Amazon.com to bring you an enormous selection of books and other products available from Amazon and the many companies that work with them.


Best of all, the books are listed in order of popularity on Amazon. So, odds are, the most popular choices are probably good. Also, you can read book synopses, reviews, customer opinions, and samples.


In addition, Amazon probably has a widest selection of books, CDs and, and estate planning forms available anywhere, along with the lowest price. You can also check out used books for even lower prices.


Some of the most popular estate planning books include:

  • AARP's book Crash Course in Estate Planning by Ric Edelman and Mike Palermo
  • Estate Planning Basics by Denis Clifford, and
  • 60-Minute Planner by Sandy Kraemer

I just a read a really terrific medicaid planning book called
Medicaid Secrets. It's the best, most readable, book I've ever read on this topic. I highly recommend it if you want to understand the issues. And, by buying it here, it won't cost you any more, but you'll help support this site. Thanks.

UPDATE: Holiday sale in progress at Medicaid Secrets. Medicaid expert Gabriel Heiser also has written an even more indepth book for attorneys and financial advisors.


All three are excellent in their own way.


The "Estate Planning Forms" and/or "Estate Planning CDs" categories have lots of… well, forms and CDs like The Weekend Estate Planning Kit by Doug Godbe and several good willmaker programs (including Quicken's).


The "Financial Independence" category has interesting books with plenty of true stories from entrepreneurs with specific plans and ideas for achieving financial independence.


Click on the "Financial Freedom" category (on the right), to find books by popular authors like Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey. The #1 book in this category is a book by Tim Ferris that I highly recommend: The 4-Hour Workweek.


Finally, lots of people are looking for specific books for information about protecting their family assets from nursing home costs. Several great books on this general topic of "Medicaid planning" are



But, the best in that category (I think) is Medicaid Secrets.


Have fun browsing the Estate Planning Book Store above.


Looking for estate planning forms? Go to Free Estate Planning Forms.


If you are searching for books about living trusts, check out Living Trust Book Store.


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Marquette, Michigan
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