Your Twenties are the Launching Pad for Your Future Success. You're probably familiar with the usual narrative around millennials: No jobs, no money, no houses, and uncertain futures. What if we could change that narrative through doing things a bit differently? What if we could not only retire at 65 but at 55 or 45 instead? Many of us reach the finish line of college only to then ask "now what?" Nowhere is the silence more deafening than in the area of personal finance. As a twentysomething who's been there, Matt Morrill outlines several strategies that can not only help you survive in your financial life, but eventually thrive in it too. By applying principles from business, you'll learn how to optimize your savings, reduce your cost of living, build stronger revenue streams, and carefully think through major financial decisions in your twenties like grad school. Here are the specific lessons you'll learn: 1. Invest in Your Financial Education 2. Save More, Spend Less 3. Never Live Alone 4. You're Not Smarter Than Mr. Market 5. Find a Job You Don't Hate 6. Think Long and Hard About Graduate School Ready to get started? For more, check out www.yourroaring20spersonalfinance.com
This the second installment in a poetry anthology by A.M. Arndt, the first was The Younger Years: Behind Closed Doors.
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