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Too many books!

Investing For Millennials: A How-To Guide From One Of Your Own

1. Know why you’re saving and investing.
2. Set a financial goal.
3. Spend less than you earn.
4. Create an emergency fund.
5. Eliminate your debt.
6. Save for a rainy day.
7. Grow your money.

1. Know why you’re saving and investing.

“I sure as hell wouldn’t waste it.”

Stop watching it. You have all that time. Don’t waste it.

2. Set a financial goal.

(language warning!)

3. Spend less than you earn.

-Walking or biking to work

-Canceling your cable for a month to see how it feels

-Trying to beat your partner in who can find the most discounts for food in a week

-Not buying new clothes for a month — from The One-Page Financial Plan.

1. Save money on recurring purchases, like…

2. Save money on one-off purchases, that continue to cost money, like…

3. Save money on one-off purchases, that continue to cost time, like…

4. Create an emergency fund.

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5. Eliminate your debt.

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6. Save for a rainy day.

7. Grow your money.

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If you’re going to change just one financial behavior after reading this post, please press the 💚 on the left. Maybe another millennial will see it and improve their finances too.

I’d really appreciate it.

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