Brand new forA fully revised edition of one of the most influential books ever written on personal finance with than a million copies sold The best book on money Period Grant Sabatier, founder of Millennial Money, on CNBC Make It This is a wonderful book It can really change your life Oprah For thanyears, Your Money or Your Life has been considered the go to book for taking back your life by changing your relationship with money Hundreds of thousands of people have followed this nine step program, learning to live deliberately and meaningfully with Vicki Robin s guidance This fully revised and updated edition with a foreword by the Frugal Guru The New Yorker Mr Money Mustache is the ultimate makeover of this best selling classic, ensuring that its time tested wisdom applies to people of all ages and covers modern topics like investing in index funds, managing revenue streams like side hustles and freelancing, tracking your finances online, and having difficult conversations about money Whether you re just beginning your financial life or heading towards retirement, this book will tell you how to Get out of debt and develop savings Save money through mindfulness and good habits, rather than strict budgeting Declutter your life and live well for less Invest your savings and begin creating wealth Save the planet while saving money And so much The seminal guide to the new morality of personal money management The Los Angeles Times PLEASE NOTE When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio

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  1. BB999 BB999 says:

    I found this to be a very engaging read The crux of it is that we should all be equating our income to units of time of our life hence the title By doing this, you work out the price of something in hours weeks or whatever, rather than s.So an item valued 100, is worth a lot to someone who earns 50 a week than it is for someone who earns 1000 A week.This, in theory, should help us make better decision regarding how we spend our hard earned cash.Changing your mindset in this way could help stop you spending mindlessly on things that aren t really essential or even really wanted Good advice The book is probably longer than it needs to be I ll probably read it a second time to recap some of the useful tips advice.I recommend that everyone starts to think in this way when it comes to their finances

  2. Samuel Thomas Samuel Thomas says:

    If you know the basics about personal finance, then this book is not for you I can t say I learnt anything from this book It never goes into detail about anything The chapter I was most looking forward to in this book, was the one about investing in incoming producing assets However this was very disappointing as all it stated was invest in assets that create income Stated she made lots of money investing in bonds when the interests rates were good, but advises against them now, however no alternatives were given If you re new the financial independence world then this book maybe of use to you, otherwise I d avoid it.

  3. Boing Boing says:

    Many of the graphics, which were essential to following the advice in this book, were too small and unclear to read on a Paperwhite Kindle.

  4. Mr savage Mr savage says:

    This is an overly basic book which for the most part just states the obvious Most of the content is financial common sense 90% of which I was already implementing I learned almost nothing from this.

  5. Barry Barry says:

    Extremely basic personal financial advice Information is very repetitive and this book could easily be 30% shorter Step is very shallow with its depth that it feels like the author is trying to sell me something but doesn t want to get the vital information away until you pay In my opinion step 9 isn t an actual step, as is doesn t give any specific advise just a list of possible ways to invest your money.

  6. Anand Panjabi Anand Panjabi says:

    a very good resource for those who have not yet studied, read about or been thought about the principles of financial independence prompts you to think deeply about your core values and understand what is truly important to you points you in the direction of taking action according to those values only spending on what brings you genuine joy and what you actually need to live there are many other, better books regarding specific investment strategies However this is an excellent grounding in understand yourself and then applying that understanding to your financial life decisions

  7. Mikkel Bach Kristensen Mikkel Bach Kristensen says:

    A must read for everyone that has problems with their economy or just want to spend less and save up for the future.It will change your way of thinking about how you spend your money This is the best book about personal finnance i have been reading honestly I can t recommend this book enough Get it Read it And you will be thinking different about money

  8. eily31 eily31 says:

    What does the money that comes in and out of your life really mean to you And what about money that is spent on work related expenses like clothes and lunches Does it really pay to work certain jobs Which lines of your budget brings you joy and which bring you misery Be prepared to question everything after reading this book, and that s a recommendation

  9. NJMToronto NJMToronto says:

    This fundamental premise of the booksave like frugal maniacs until you have financial independence then do what you want for the rest of your life, is an interesting concept, but a bit depressing Some people do that and then die before they get to enjoy the independence they gained by giving up any sort of entertainment or fun while they were saving for financial independence On reading it, I got an almost cult like feeling from many of the testimonials.I found the book to be almost religiously inclined in nature. that to live extremely frugally was to be a better person than all the hedonistic people out there consuming themselves into unmanageable debt.Really, there can be a balance.The main points in the book are valid and helpful for anyone who is lost in a sea of debt and doesn t want to file for insolvency There are many examples of the people who followed the program and have attained FI Bliss which I found just a bit too preachy.Start with the epilogue and see if it resonates with you, and if it does, start at the beginning to follow the program, and if not, move on to something else.You can skip the life stories testimonials of the successful FI ers and just focus on the how to advice of the book, this could have been a much shorter read, and been just as helpful Your mileage may vary, and this is just my opinion.

  10. R. R. says:

    For most people, this should be a MUST READ financial book It doesn t tell you, what to invest in, but it takes you by the hand and steers you into the right direction Your view of money in your life will change forever You can never again say, but I didn t know of course if you take the information to heart, you then will have extra money to invest For beginners investment advice, I would suggest that you google ROBO ADVISOR Even Warren Buffet in his 2016 letter to the share holders suggests investments of ETF s and Indexed Funds , on auto pilot Any lay person can achieve investment success via Robo Advisors at some of the market lowest fees Whatever you do, do not get suckered into buying Mutual Funds The MER of those funds usually is double, triple or of ETFs or index funds Like I said, check out Robo Advisor.

  11. Christian Schmid Christian Schmid says:

    Startup 33 Guerilla Gesch ftsideen die NOCH niemand umgesetzt hatDieser Klassiker der in Amerika beliebten Personal Finance Literatur ist erstaunlich anders als die meisten Ratgeber dieses Genres Denn im Herzen ist die Autorin mehr Hippie als Kapitalistin Was ich damit meine, ist Die Idee, sich bei jeder Ausgabe zu fragen, ob diese den eigenen Werten entspricht und wirklich zielf hrend ist, geht viel weiter als die klischeehafte Vermeidung von Starbucks Kaffeespezialit ten Dieser Teil des Buches ist zwar anstrengend er erfordert viel Buchhaltung und Achtsamkeit im Alltag , aber sehr lohnend Denn wenn wir nicht wissen, warum und wof r wir sparen, machen wir wahrscheinlich nur tempor re Konsumdi ten Auch die vielen Ideen zum Einsparen von Ressourcen nicht nur Geld sind hilfreich Einzig die Anlagestrategien funktionieren im heutigen wirtschaftliche Umfeld nicht mehr und sind etwas fantasielos Trotzdem eindeutige 5 Sterne