The Barefoot Investor - Scott Pape

The Barefoot Investor

By Scott Pape

  • Release Date: 2016-11-22
  • Genre: Personal Finance
  • Size: 5.92 MB
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Description

This is the only money guide you'll ever need
That's a bold claim, given there are already thousands of finance books on the shelves.

So what makes this one different?

Well, you won't be overwhelmed with a bunch of 'tips' … or a strict budget (that you won't follow).

You'll get a step-by-step formula: open this account, then do this; call this person, and say this; invest money here, and not there. All with a glass of wine in your hand.

This book will show you how to create an entire financial plan that is so simple you can sketch it on the back of a serviette … and you'll be able to manage your money in 10 minutes a week.

You'll also get the skinny on:
Saving up a six-figure house deposit in 20 months Doubling your income using the 'Trapeze Strategy' Saving $78,173 on your mortgage and wiping out 7 years of payments Finding a financial advisor who won't rip you off Handing your kids (or grandkids) a $140,000 cheque on their 21st birthday Why you don't need $1 million to retire … with the 'Donald Bradman Retirement Strategy'
Sound too good to be true? It's not.

This book is full of stories from everyday Aussies — single people, young families, empty nesters, retirees — who have applied the simple steps in this book and achieved amazing, life-changing results.

And you're next.

Reviews

  • Thanks Scott

    4
    By Charmingz
    Remember interesting chats when you rented my sons place in WIlliamstown
  • I couldnt stop reading

    5
    By TheHinchmiester
    I have struggled with debt since I was 18 I am now 28. I started working fly in fly out when I was 22 to start making a dent in my debt in this time I have paid my debt off got back into small debt own my car and bike started getting back on top wanted to buy a new car on finance but reading this book has changed my views and steered me away from getting back into that debt lifestyle and wanting to live debt free and invest in my financial future for this I thank my friend for telling me how good this book was and to read it.
  • Great book

    5
    By suncoast13
    Provides a wealth of information to improve ones financial health. A Must Read.
  • The answer I was looking for

    5
    By The Howzer
    This book has changed my outlook and in turn my life. I don’t doubt that the lessons learned from applying Scott’s barefoot principles will bring about generational change for my family - good job Scotty, it’s a little rippa!
  • The Barefoot investor

    5
    By Chris of 5
    I’ve just read this book for a second time. I leant my first book to a work friend, who was crying at work about her financial stress, so rebought it as an ebook. I’ve been following barefoot principals for 10 months and the biggest impact is stress reduction. I have money in the bank for the first time and no longer live pay check to pay check. My work colleagues are sick of hearing about holidays I have booked 😃. When they ask me how I can afford them I say “I follow barefoot and they make me smile”. They tease me when they see my labelled cards but too bad. It works.
  • The barefoot investor

    5
    By tom wollongong
    This book is amazing. I couldn’t put it down. I now know that “ive got this” I read it in two days, best book I’ve ever read. About to read it again.
  • Life changing and simple

    5
    By Manzc21
    Life changing and simple
  • Barefoot Investor

    3
    By Fairy bird
    Would this book be useful for retirees on the aged pension?
  • Awesome book!

    5
    By Rlkdhdckf
    This book is a must read!! Opened my eyes to a lot of new ideas about how to save my money. Simple, easy, effective!
  • Thank-you Scott

    5
    By Pure Cathy
    Thank-you!!!!

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