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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.
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.”
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He ought to know — he’s worked with thousands of couples over the years as a financial advisor and seminar leader.
It's All In How You Look At The Numbers
I have good news. First, most American children are going to live far better than their parents did.
Second, large gains in the living standards of Americans will continue for many generations to come.
Not Doing This Will Be Your Biggest Mistake
If you’re not prioritizing home ownership, you’re making a costly mistake, says co-founder of AE Wealth Management and self-made millionaire David Bach.
In fact, not buying a home is the single biggest mistake millennials are making, he tells CNBC Make It: “The most important advice I can tell you right now if you’re young is: Don’t listen to these people that tell you should rent versus buy.”