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Thank You! Welcome To Money Under 30

Thank you so much for joining the Money Under 30 community; you’re awesome!

Over the next week you’ll receive MoneySchoolmy free introductory course on mastering your money. The course includes ACTION ITEMS you can take each day in as little as 10 minutes. I encourage you to do as many as possible.

Although these emails cover the basics — stick around if you’re ahead of the game. Later we’ll dive into the tactics the world’s most successful people use to manage their money (and earn lots of it).

Your bonus materials!

Also, as a thank you for subscribing, here’s access to more free resources you can use to save and earn more.

Your Money Checklist
Find out how you’re doing financially with this comprehensive checklist covering everything from investing to insurance.
[Download Here]

The big stuff: Planning your spending and savings goals

Richer By The Week
A workbook with five days of exercises to help you uncover your true values and set the right financial goals.
[Download Here]

The Simple Spending Plan
Budgets suck. Forget about tracking every penny, put your money on auto-pilot, and use this really simple spending plan to get you on the right track.
[Download Here]

Free money-saving e-books

Car Buying Guide
A short e-book containing everything you need to know to get the best deal on a new or used car.
[Download Here]

Other worksheets and checklists

The Refrigerator Guide To Money In Your 20s
A two-page guide to money milestones in your 20s: Print it out, slap it up, and refer to it often. [Download Here]

Couple’s Money Worksheet
Use this simple worksheet to launch a discussion about money with your partner. Includes helpful questions on how to talk about credit and debt, values, and different spending habits.
[Download Here]

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You can go back home or if you want to say hi or there’s something in particular you want to learn, send me a note to introduce yourself. I read every email.

-David