I never buy financial advice guides because I dont see the value in contributing to an already wealthy persons bank account. the Barefoot Invester is my one exception. I purchased this in January 2017 having returned from overseas 12mths earlier with no savings + multiple debts + my car as only assert. Its now November 2017 and I have saved a home deposit (admittedly not 20%) + $3,000 savings + $2000 buffer. Most of my savings and payments are now automatic and I know as a single woman on just below average wage I dont need to worry about bills.
I cant reccommend this book highly enough for anyone wanting practical and achievable advice.
'Follow the Barefoot path or at least consider doing so as soon as possible.' -- Tim Fischer, former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
Scott Pape's bestselling money guide, The Barefoot Investor – now including updates for the 2019–2020 financial year!