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I’ve had the Personal Capital app on my phone for years and look at it regulary to measure how my investments are performing.
Personal Capital was the first, and only, money app I had that told tell me I was paying high investing fees.
Personal Capital is a great FREE resource for tracking your money, investments, and liabilities all in one.
Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey
I read Total Money Makeover for the first time as a newlywed when I didn’t know how to budget or save money.
Dave encourages his followers to complete financial baby steps. He covers everything from avoiding bankruptcy, to getting current on bills, paying off debt, buying life insurance, affording a home, and investing.
In following his steps, we’ve grown our net worth by almost 10x in less than 3 years. I think he gives honest advice about paying off debt.
The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins
Collins recommends investing in the total stock market and provides compelling arguments against choosing investments with high fees.
He’s a game changer in the investing world.
What other money saving items would you add to the list?