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Money at 30: "The More of Less" Book Review 3

If you're like most people, I assume that, at some point, you've looked around your home and wondered why you have so much crap. Sure you should probably get rid of it but it's not really hurting anyone, right? And then there's all the other stuff that you might not...

Money at 30: “Utopia for Realists” Book Review 4

Sometimes it seems that a personality goes from being nowhere on my radar to appearing everywhere I turn. One might assume this to be a case of the subconscious becoming conscious... but it’s more likely to be a symptom of a book promotion cycle. That’s the case with Dutch author...

Money at 30: "Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement" Book Review 3

As I may have mentioned in earlier columns, I've been making a point of doing more book reviews as of late. Yet, when I set out this goal, I didn't really have a reading list in mind. That's why it's always exciting to discover a new potential option — in...

Money at 30: "Quit Like a Millionaire" Book Review 2

Earlier this year, I decided that one of my goals for 2020 was to do more book reviews. Somehow, this became both easier and harder to attain as quarantine set in. So, with my local library closed, I instead turned to Amazon to see what titles I should add to...

Money at 30: "Start from Zero" Book Review

Something I often forget about myself is that I am technically a business owner. However, in my mind, there's a big difference between working for yourself and being an actual entrepreneur. With that in mind, I don't often look to books about business or entrepreneurdom (if that's even a word)...

Money at 30: "The Velvet Rope Economy" Book Review 4

Is air travel getting worse or has it only gotten better? That depends on who you ask — and often how much money they have. For those forced to fly coach, it's not uncommon to hear about increasingly cramped seats or having to resort to airlines that won't even serve...

Money at 30: "Choose FI" Book Review 3

Every day, millions of adults wake up only to head to a job they despise in order to make just enough money to fund a life they likely fell into. And then there are those who wake up and do whatever they're passionate about because the money they worked for...

Money at 30: "Bad with Money" Book Review 3

When most people think about financial books, I have to assume they envision thick economic textbooks or perhaps a hardcover series from a money guru like Dave Ramsey. In reality, the personal finance books I've reviewed come from authors like Tanja Hester, Grant Sabatier, or Erin Lowry who all gratefully...