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A self-made millionaire who retired at 30 says budgeting is like dieting, and there’s a reason neither feels effective
Grant Sabatier likens budgets to dieting — the more guilt you feel, the less you stick with it because it becomes a point of anxiety and stress.
If you want to retire early, you need to earn steady income, live below your means, and invest your savings.
Saving money in a traditional checking account doesn't cut it. Depending on your situation, savings accounts, mutual funds, and CDs can be better.
I make saving money a priority by treating it as an expense. I pay for rent, food, and insurance every month, so I "pay" myself, too.
After more than a decade fine-tuning my finances, here’s my 4-step process to make building wealth automatic
Automating your bill payments, savings, and investments sounds harder than it is, and it's a smart step on the path to build wealth.
Your 401(k) account is filled with your pretax money, and the sooner you start contributing, the more you'll have when you retire.
Saving money isn't the sole ingredient in building wealth. If you can increase your income, the benefit will be much greater.
Master these money concepts and you're well on your way to building wealth.
I moved my emergency fund to a high-yield online savings account, and after earning 20 times more interest I’d tell anyone to do the same
Everyone should have an emergency fund. If you want to stay on top of your finances, try starting with a high-yield online savings account.
We rounded up some of the best saving tips early retirees have shared. Their wisdom doesn't just apply to other hopeful early retirees.