Winner of the International Book Award as the BEST BUSINESS/PERSONAL FINANCE BOOK IN 2015!



Getting Paid to Wait

Getting Paid To Wait – Bigger Social Security Benefits the Simpleand Easy Way,” received the International Book Award as the best book in 2015 in the Business/Personal Finance category. It also received the Eric Hoffer award as one of the best business books in 2015. Whether you’re married, divorced, single or widowed, a retiree or financial professional, you will learn powerful, yet simple claiming strategies, which are designed to make it easier to maximize your Social Security income and give you additional peace of mind during your retirement years.

It will tell you about an incredible claiming strategy that is still available for millions of people and how that could end up costing them up to $70,000 in extra Social Security income if they don’t use it. Even if you don’t qualify to use that incredible claiming strategy, the ideas in this book could still help you earn you an additional 50, 80 or even 100+ thousand dollars in retirement.

With entries from over 15 countries, Getting Paid to Wait, was declared the winner of the 2015 International Book Award as the Best Personal Finance book. It also won the 2015 Eric Hoffer Award. This is your one-stop shop to learning the few simple things needed to make the best Social Security claiming decision for your personal situation.

Gene Szustakowski  

“This book really opened my eyes to the many ways to receive social security. It changed my retirement plans to get much more of my money back.”

 R. Gray  

“I attended a workshop and made what I believe is the best decision for us… I want to “Get Paid to Wait”. I purchased 3 copies of Brian’s book. One for myself. One for the guy in HR where I work.  A final copy to lend to friends. It is understandable. It is an exciting read. It makes sense. Get on Brian’s email list… he will take the time to answer questions.”

Steven Greenblatt  

“Our banker recommended your book. We learned a lot and intend to follow your sage guidance.” – Helen and Steve Greenblatt.