School is where we learn to grow. Making friends, merry hours, and a whole lot of education. Our lives begin to take shape while gaining knowledge on various subject matters and learning social skills to interact with the world.
Written by Web Desk Team | Published :September 2, 2022 , 10:52 am IST
School is where we learn to grow. Making friends, merry hours, and a whole lot of education. Our lives begin to take shape while gaining knowledge on various subject matters and learning social skills to interact with the world. Our personalities truly take birth during these days.
Our experiences at school make up for most of our childhood experiences as we spend most of our growing years learning there. However, there are a few things our schools never equipped us with- handling money! Managing money is much more than solving the most mind-wrenching Math problem or faring well in an Economics class.
Personal finance is truly a major part of adult life. How much should I spend? How much should I save or invest? Or rather how to save or invest? I wish I had learned this in school! If these are your thoughts, Cary Siegel’s ‘Why Didn’t They Teach Me This in School? 99 Personal Money Management Principles to Live By’, is just the book you need!
Father of five children and retired business executive Cary Siegel began writing the book after noticing that his kids didn’t understand the real-world issues surrounding money. The financial problems arising in the actual world differ entirely from those discussed in a few theoretical chapters. He, therefore, wished to impart his knowledge to his children as they approached adulthood.
Siegel’s book, which covers 99 various money management ideas, is specifically designed to assist fresh graduates and young adults with how to approach their finances. Budgeting, investing, and housing are just a few of the themes Siegel touches on straightforwardly and enjoyably. Siegel’s advice is not anything you would discover in a textbook; instead, it is based on the knowledge he gained from his life experiences.
The information presented in this book can go a long way in how individuals perceive finance management. The book is understandable and easy to read. It’s written in a lucid manner for anyone to grasp easily.
By demonstrating how he accomplished it, Siegel expanded on conventional personal finance ideas like “living within your means.” And if that weren’t enough, we also find out that Siegel retired at 45, which is much younger than the typical retirement age. He demonstrates how the choices you make financially in your early years can affect how you spend your later years.
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