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David Bach is one of America’s most trusted financial experts and bestselling financial authors of our time. He has written nine consecutive New York Times bestsellers with more than seven million books in print, translated in over 19 languages.
His runaway #1 bestseller The Automatic Millionaire spent 31 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. He is one of the only business authors in history to have four books simultaneously on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek and USA Today bestseller lists.
Over the past 20 years David has touched tens of millions through his seminars, speeches and thousands of media appearances. He has been a contributor to NBC’s Today Show appearing more than 100 times, and a regular on The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC, CBS, Fox, CNBC, CNN, Yahoo, The View, PBS, and many more.
My number one piece of advice for 2017. PAY YOURSELF FIRST, ONE HOUR A DAY OF YOUR INCOME—AUTOMATICALLY! In 2017 I am back on my crusade to help you save more automatically.
Why? Because it WORKS. In 2017- PAY YOURSELF FIRST.
And...The Automatic Millionaire Expanded Edition made CNBC's list!
Wow! Thank you CNBC for including the brand new edition of The Automatic Millionaire on your incredible 12 best reads for 2017. This is a simply fantastic list of great books, some classics and some new.
I have already devoured personally Tim Ferris’s book Tools of Titans. Next up, I personally plan to read The Essays Of Warren Buffet.
Learn how to create financial security so easily that your kids can do it too
I’m glad you’re here and watching this video. I want to teach you some great tips about money, which I wish were actually taught in school but aren’t.
I actually got an award for this video from GoBanking and wanted to share it with you! Let’s look at when you earn a dollar—what should you do with that money? First off, the government will take about a third of that dollar for taxes. So what should you do with the remaining money you have left? It’s simple: think of putting your money into three different jars.