"When your values are clear
your financial decisions
My number one piece of advice for 2018. PAY YOURSELF FIRST, ONE HOUR A DAY OF YOUR INCOME—AUTOMATICALLY! In 2018 I am back on my crusade to help you save more automatically.
Why? Because it WORKS. In 2018 - PAY YOURSELF FIRST.
Built over four thousand years ago, The Great Pyramid of Giza stood as the tallest structure in the world until 1311. (That’s a run that makes the Empire State Building’s 40-year reign seem like a blip…)
The construction used over 2.3 million slabs of giant granite blocks, each one cut with amazing precision.
I am incredibly excited to talk to my good friend, Robin Scharma, on David Bach TV. Not only has Robin sold 15 million books to date, but his books have also been translated into 70 languages.
You may remember him from his first books: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and The Leader Who Had No Title. Robin and I have similar missions – our missions are to help as many people as possible.
But just how much should you aim to have in order to set yourself up for a comfortable retirement?
Use Your Tax Refund To Your Best Ability
The next time you get a generous birthday check or unexpected corporate cash bonus, assuming you’re already debt-free, check yourself before splurging on a new iPhone or vacation. It’s OK to treat yourself a bit, but blowing everything at once isn’t usually the best move.
It's so easy you could do it today.
Self-made millionaire and co-founder of AE Wealth Management David Bach started investing early: He bought his first stock at age seven.
It’s all thanks to his grandmother, Bach tells CNBC Make It: “The best advice I ever got about money came from my Grandma Rose Bach. She helped me buy my first stock at age seven in McDonald’s, and she basically taught me a lesson that changed my life.”