Scott Trench

Set for Life

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Set yourself up for life as early as possible, and enjoy life on your terms! By layering philosophy with practical knowledge, Set for Life gives young professionals the fiscal confidence they need to conquer financial goals early in life.

Are you tied to a nine-to-five workweek? Would you like to “retire” from wage-paying work within ten years? Are you in your 20s or 30s and would like to be financially free―the sort of free that ensures you spend the best part of your day and week, and the best years of your life, doing what you want?

Building wealth is always possible, even while working full-time, earning a median income, and making up for a negative net worth. Accumulating a lifetime of wealth in a short period of time involves working harder and smarter than the average person, and Scott Trench—investor, entrepreneur, and CEO of BiggerPockets.com—demonstrates how to do just that. Even starting with zero savings, he demonstrates how to work your way to five figures, then to six figures, and finally to the ultimate goal of financial freedom.

Wealth isn’t just about a nest egg, setting aside money for a “rainy day” or accumulating an emergency fund. True wealth is about building out a Financial Runway―creating enough readily accessible wealth that you can survive without work for a year. Then five years. Then for life.

Readers will learn how to:

Save more income—50+ percent of it, while still having fun Double or triple your income in three to five years

Track your financial progress in order to achieve the greatest results

Build frugal and efficient habits to make the most of your lifestyle

Secure “real” assets and avoid ”false” ones that destroy wealth
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343 printed pages
Original publication
2017

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    If you want to be fit, you have to exercise. If you want to be rich, you need to have an up-to-date understanding of your financial picture, and need to consistently review your position and progress.

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