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What’s the secret to becoming a millionaireFor years people have asked David Bach the national bestselling author of Smart Women Finish Rich Smart Couples Finish Rich and The Finish Rich Workbook what’s the real secret to getting rich What’s the one thing I need to doNow in The Automatic Millionaire David Bach is sharing that secret The Automatic Millionaire starts with the powerful story of an average American couple he’s a low level manager she’s a beautician whose joi I would recommend Rituals of Pleasure years people have asked David Bach the national bestselling author of Smart Women Finish Rich Smart Couples Finish Rich and The Finish Rich Workbook what’s the real secret to getting rich What’s the one thing I need to doNow in The Automatic Millionaire David Bach is sharing that secret The Automatic Millionaire starts with the powerful story of an average American couple he’s a low level manager she’s a beautician whose joi I would recommend

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Ed willpowerYou don’t need to make a lot of money You don’t need to be that interested in moneyYou can set up the plan in an hourDavid Bach gives you a totally realistic system based on timeless principles with everything you need to know including phone numbers and websites so you can put the secret to becoming an Automatic Millionaire in place from the comfort of your own home This one little book has the power to secure your financial future Do it once the rest is automatic It's a beginner in Parsnips, Buttered: Bamboozle and Boycott Modern Life, One Email at a Time you a totally realistic system based on timeless principles with everything Lewis Carroll In His Own Account you need to know including phone numbers and websites so Art of Magic the Gathering: Innistrad you can put the secret to becoming an Automatic Millionaire in place from the comfort of Esposa Humillada (Spanish Edition) your own home This one little book has the power to secure Kto naprawdę go zabił? your financial future Do it once the rest is automatic It's a beginner in


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  1. says:

    I'm a bit of a personal finance nerd and I love budgeting being frugal and paying off debt I tackled my consumer debt after returning home from a teaching job in Japan and in about 2 12 years paid off about 20K thanks to Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover and Your Money or Your Life by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin Between those two I had all the motivationinformation I needed and diligently dug myself out of my BS money ways while working full time and going to grad school full time for free thanks to my employer hence the full time work thingThis long winded introduction had a point oh yes So I saw this book on my mentor teacher's shelves and my other mentor teacher uses it for her LA IV class and I decided to check it out to compare to other finance books I had read All in all I think it's a solid book The automatic in the title doesn't refer to the timeline of achieving millionaire status but rather the method of becoming a millionaire by automating all of one's bills so that one doesn't miss the money being diverted into retirement accounts and savings funds and debt payoff I fully agree with this principle because humans are in general terrible at wishy washy things like Motivation and Willpower I believe these are myths Accept that you don't have the wherewithal to diligently get money and give away 13 of it every month to boring adult things like 401K's and credit card payoffs and just make it automatic so you never see itnever miss it If people only followed this one bit of advice and were complete nincompoops with investing I think it would serve them wellDid I learn anything new? No but nothing in personal finance is truly new and groundbreaking we all know we should avoid debt save for retirement and not fritter away our money on credit card fees and interest but most people still do it So there needs to be 31 flavors of personal finance information out there so that people can find what makes them sit up and finally pay attention to basic adult skills of financial responsibility I think this book would be a great starting point that is nuanced than Ramsey's Total Money Makeover and less New Age y than Your Money or Your Life It's straightforward easy to read detailed without getting dense and makes something very overwhelming seem manageable


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    I would recommend this book to the complete novice if you want to learn some very simple things that you can do to help you secure your retirement then read this book If however you want to really understanding investing and finance this probably isn't the best bookThe book has a few good tips that work for everyone1 Pay yourself first A common recommendation2 Pay your mortgage bi weekly could reduce it by 5 10 years3 Put away 10% of your money4 Tithe5 Always save some even if you have debt while debt reduction should be a priority having a little cash will help to avoid future debtThe book also some tips that I don't agree with1 Buy a home This book was pre bust not all people benefit from home ownership and it's not something to be undertaken lightly While there are many benefits sometimes renting works for certain types of people and areas2 Pay your credit cards with the lowest amount left first While this is great psychologically I would argue that you should probably pay the one's with the largest interest rate first What if your lowest card has a 0% rate and the one with the highest balance has a 20% rate? You'd be much better off chipping away at that 20% card 3 His assessments on when you will be a millionaire on 5 a day is based on 10% annual return which by the way is better than the stock market based on the Sp 500 avg for 50 years long term average which happens to be arguably the best long term investment in terms of returns How does he suggest you do this? Mutual funds small problem being that somewhere in the 85% range of mutual funds fail to even meet much less beat the market Even the ones that do often charge an annual fee as well as frontrear loads that can chip away at that rate More importantly just because the fund earns 10% doesn't mean you will That's the money the fund earns before all of the costs According to Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger and John Bogle He's biased as he did create it the best investment for someone who doesn't want to learn would be an Sp 500 index fund that simply tracks the market These tend to have the lowest fees possible and essentially guarantee roughly the same rate of return that the overall market returnsIn summary this is a good book for someone who wants an easy way to guarantee some retirement and move in a fiscally responsible direction This is not however in my opinion the bible on this subject nor is it the final word While I do like his automatic payments structure and do agree with that logic I think the investment strategies need a little depth and experience


  3. says:

    Although the writing is repetitive and long winded the message is clear and incredibly sensible automate your savings at 10% or automate your debt reduction automate your giving don’t buy on credit don’t rent Automatic millions are doable but there’s no such thing as a “get rich uick” scheme


  4. says:

    I read one of David Bach's books back when I was starting my first job and it was helpful This one as far as I can remember has the same type of information good basics if you are not saving at all now or are in debt but nothing much beyond that It was also written before the housing market crash so I rolled my eyes a lot hearing about how you have to buy a house now or you'll never be rich foreclosure is so rare it's so easy to buy a house check out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac I listened to this on audiobook which was a terrible idea because the author reads it and it's very much like cheesy infomercial I was about to strangle someone after the 1000th time he said automatic millionaire


  5. says:

    This is a difficult book to rate Informationally it should get a 5 For ease of understanding it should get a 5 But as a good read well much of the first half read like an annoying infomercial and that really bugged I also don't like phrases like get richSo it's weird that I read this book I did so at the suggestion of a friend otherwise I never would have given it a thought Thank you Katrina I began skeptically but this ended up being the very book I needed to read for me and for my marriage Dear Phil has been patiently waiting 15 12 years for me to have any inkling about finances and planning Nothing in this book was new to him but it was a complete revelation to me Knowing what I now know I am amazed that Phil has stayed married to me this long What a real manThis is going to be reuired high school reading for graduation from our homeschool I truly wish I had understood all of this as a college student Thankfully Phil DID understand it as a college student and he's uietly tried to do what he could without me being on board Now life should get better for him


  6. says:

    Inspiring InterestingI would give this book a percentage of my savings but sorry David I have to pay myself first ☺ This book was truly inspiring and such an easy read If you're like me new to the world of finance it can be intimidating and frightening David has written a fantastic book and provides a valuable blueprint to make anyone yes ANYONE a millionaire While reading this book I did not feel as though there were any gimmicks or get rich uick schemes There was only value advice and amazing knowledge Highly recommended for anyone that wants to make their income work for them and to whoever wants to enjoy retirement


  7. says:

    For someone who is wanting to know finances 101 in a palatable and realistic way you really can't beat Auto Millionaire Now I'm off to read Robbin's Money Master The Game and then some Suze Orman FYI Bach has some fabulous videos on Youtube


  8. says:

    It's a beginner intermediate level personal finance book Taking it into that context it is a great book to read and a philosophy I followed before reading it Recommended for those learning about managing money


  9. says:

    Despite being completely focused on the Amercan financial market and retirement plans or countries similar to it such as Canada this book offers a practical philosophy that you may be able to use in your own country as wellConsidering the practicality as well as the short length of the book I totally recommend reading it


  10. says:

    The main point of this entire book in one sentence so don't bother reading it Use recurring paycheck deposits and deductions This is probably a good read if you're utterly clueless but astute enough to understand basic personal finance Fortunately I'm both very astute and not utterly clueless eg I'm aware that holding cc debt is ill advised but this book spends a lot of time on cc debt The book also mentions checks a lot so the perceived barrier to automatedscheduled payments is a bit exaggerated for today's context One good suggestion that came out of this entire book was to pay your mortgage biweekly instead of monthly thereby reducing the principal balance faster thereby creating less interest due But I don't have a mortgage and the author did not expand on the fact that some mortgage loans include prepayment penalties Like HELLO