Many Americans blindly believe that net worth is the best way to track financial success. But when it comes to early retirement, that number may be useless.
Author Scott Trench
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Don’t be at the mercy of real estate market trends. Instead, take a slightly longer but more steady approach towards early significant wealth.
This book will change your life. It will change the way that you approach spending, the opportunities you look for, and the way you think about wealth.
Despite the challenges that devastated Millennial personal finance and entry into the workplace, we’re poised to be a powerhouse generation.
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