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M At A Strange Part at a strange part my life where I ve read enough financial planning books for them to not make much of a difference any in my strategies they all seem to fall into the same themes without much advice to distinguish them but where I haven t put much of what I ve learned into action I think part of the issue
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SOME PODCASTS I LISTEN TO I HAVEN T HEARD podcasts I listen to I haven t heard stories of the mistakes people have made in their financial lives where they learned and Um Natal em Ardmore grew and turned out all right in the end I think this book is important in that it s not written toive you the secret to maximizing your retirement accounts or finding the perfect property to rent out or iving you the advice to cut out your lattes and avocado toast so you ll one day be able to afford your house Instead it s about a pretty average upper middle class uy managing his money and raising his family and navigating finances within his marriage There s plenty in here that most people won t et much out of He s pretty privileged and it shows But society trains us to not talk about our money To not talk about our salaries or retirement savings or the fact that there are many people who were really lucky with the timing and families they were born into Schwartz owns this he admits that he s lived a pretty charmed life even when he and his wife felt that they were on a financial precipice I ot a lot out of reading this book just following along with their financial ups and downs and seeing the financial reality of how a higher social class A New York Times correspondent shares his financial successes and mishaps offering an everyman's So Far from the Sea guide to straightening out your money once and for allMoney management is one of our most practical survival skills and also one we've convinced ourselves we're either born with or not In reality financial planning can be learned like anything else Part financial memoir and part research baseduide to attaining lifelong security This Is the Year I Put My Financial. ,
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a child had also failed to make sufficient preparations On my recommendationchild had also failed to make sufficient preparations On my recommendation downloaded a copy of this audiobookThe book is also vastly entertaining than the average book on the topic Worth listening to if you are acting like an adult now or considering acting like an adult in the future For someone who may be in their 30s or early 40s who may have been dabbling in savinginvesting but hasn t put together a structured path to follow for their financial oals this is a must read If you re already maxing out your 401ks Roth IRAs with low cost index funds have spent your life living below your means and have tidied up loose ends by setting up a will and taking care of health insurance you likely won t Bible Prophecy gain much from the bookBetter yet this should be aift for recent college Yaratma Cesareti grads who have the time horizons to take advantage of all the sage advice and lessons learned before mistakes are made If you read this book you ll reach one of two conclusions1 The author seems to be constantly worried about money Which of course is aeneral problem for most of us And obviously Schwartz was s Amazingly funny insightful and deeply authentic I have this as an audiobook It took me a long time to The Astral Codex get through it as I would only listen to a chapter or two at a time I liked how transparent the author was and he. You through his own journey to financial literacy which he admittedly started a bit late He covers everything from investments to retirement and insurance to wills at fifty eight he didn't have one medical directives and Whether you're a collegerad wanting to start out on the right foot or you're approaching retirement age and still wondering what a 401K is This Is the Year I Put My Financial Life in Order will help you become your own best financial adviser. .
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About Their Financial Livestheir financial lives needs to see the truth of how we re all living Eual parts hilarious frightening and enlightening If you are afraid of money so was the author and this is an ideal book "for the person who knows they need to " the person who knows they need to it together but fear has paralyzed them The author is vulnerable smart and funny It s a Here There Be Witches great read I find most financial books written by people who are pretty full of themselves you can t help liking thisuy Common sense uide to money management told in a narrative form with many literary illusion Schwartz tackles this subject with a light hand making the information easy to take in Save early Contribute as much as you can to your 401K Available as an 11 hour unabridged audio downloadDisclosure The author is as they say on Facebook a friend of friends I have met him a few timesThis is an informative and well read audiobook but I was disappointed that they used a professional reader rather than the author himself "I Listened To The "listened to the read one of his previous books which like this one draws heavily from his home life I thought the knowledge that the author was reading his own work added a sense of immediacy even if the sound of his voice was not familiar to youThe author professes to be afraid of money which I don t understand but then again I have friends who are afraid of birds and I don t understand that either However I have concluded that my lack of imagination which I often view as a curse may also be a blessingBeing unafraid of money some of the revelations that came to the author later in life eg investing in index funds is the best solution for the lazy amateur investor came to me earlier Still it s ood to be reminded Life in Order is the book that everyone who has never wanted to read a preachy financial uide has been waiting forJohn Schwartz and his wife Jeanne are pre retirement workers of an economic class well above the poverty line but well below the one percent Sharing his own alternately harrowing and hilarious stories from his brush with financial ruin and bankruptcy in his thirties to his short lived budgeted diet of cafeteria french fries and ravy John will walk.