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AssetBuilder’s Scott Burns to Sign Copies of "Spend ’Til the End" in Dallas July 10


DALLAS – July 8, 2008 – Scott Burns, chief investment strategist for the Plano-based investment firm AssetBuilder, will appear at the Borders bookstore at 10720 Preston Road in Dallas on Thursday, July 10, to sign copies of his new book, “Spend Til’ the End: The Revolutionary Guide to Raising Your Living Standard -- Today and When You Retire.” The event runs from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Burns -- a personal finance columnist for the Dallas Morning News from 1985 to 2006 whose column is currently syndicated nationwide -- takes on Wall Street financial planning myths and offers alternative strategies in “Spend ‘Til the End,” co-authored by Laurence J. Kotlikoff and published by Simon & Schuster.

Burns has taken a hands-on approach to helping investors since leaving the Dallas Morning News, co-founding AssetBuilder, a fast-growing Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). In just over a year in business, AssetBuilder has added more than 300 clients across 24 states, representing $124 million in invested assets.

Visit the book section of the AssetBuilder Web site at

About AssetBuilder

AssetBuilder offers weary investors a science-based alternative to the unnecessary costs, risks and complexity of traditional Wall Street firms. With fees that rank among the lowest in the financial services industry, AssetBuilder provides customers a menu of pre-constructed, risk-managed portfolios that make choosing and implementing a personal investment strategy simpler than ever.

Co-founded by personal finance writer Scott Burns, AssetBuilder’s portfolios are an extension of Burns’ widely praised “Couch Potato” methodology. Based in Dallas, AssetBuilder is a Registered Investment Advisor.

For more information, visit the company’s Web site at




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