Getting ahead with money is a lot easier when you actually have a place for your money to go. As soon as payday hits, your money needs to have a place to go. Otherwise, you’ll end up spending it all… and going from paycheck to paycheck is NOT fun! Learn about the SIX accounts that EVERYONE needs for financial freedom. You don’t need to have all six of these accounts right away, but it’s a good idea to eventually have them all, because each one serves a different purpose. I’ll explain each account in order of importance, so feel free to start from the top and work your way down the list!


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I Will Teach You to Be Rich (hilarious how-to book on personal finance for millennials)​​

The Little Book of Common Sense Investing (Jack Bogle’s classic advice on index funds)​​

InvestED (step-by-step, millennial-friendly advice on how to pick stocks like Warren Buffett)​​

Unshakeable (this book = courage. blast ALL the fears & misconceptions you have about investing)​​

Rich Dad Poor Dad (#1 selling personal finance book of all time… need I say more?)​​

Think and Grow Rich (the ultimate book on money mindset and wealth consciousness)​​



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