Money Habits to create wealth
Isn’t it weird that the average student ends up with $37,000 of student loan debt at graduation but most colleges don’t teach us anything about personal finance?
It pissed me off when I got in the real world and realized I didn’t know anything about money management, investing, credit, and planning my future. Can you relate?
So I figured it out on my own after endless research and wrote my first book, “Advice for My Younger Self.” If you want help with….
- Learning how to save, budget, and pay off your debt
- Understanding basic investing strategies to plan your future
- Tracking and increasing your net worth
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