A good primer on being smart with your finances, but not as good as Money Master the Game. It is shorter, though, and an easier entry point to being smarter with your savings and investing.
Problems of Inaction:
“The single most important thing you can do to be rich is to start early.”
The Key Messages of IWTYTBR:
The 6-Week Gameplan:
Six rules for credit cards:
“On average, millionares invest 20% of their income each year”
“Frugality isn’t about cutting your spending on everything. That approach wouldn’t last two days. Frugality, quite simply, is about choosing the things you love enough to spend extravagantly on— and then cutting costs mercilessly on the things you don’t love.”
“Don’t just save, save for a goal”
Set up the automations so that money goes straight to your investments and savings without you seeing it. That way you don’t try to save after, you save before.
Buy index funds, not individual stocks. (Better diversification options can be found in Money Master the Game, or, better, use Wealthfront)
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