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Financial Advice That Will Make You Rich

Money Girl's 5 simple principles of building wealth and achieving financial success.

By
Laura Adams, MBA
6-minute read
Episode #271

Financial Advice To Get Rich

The key to building wealth is to start saving and investing right away. Don’t get discouraged if you have to start small; putting away just $25 a month is better than nothing. And if you didn’t start investing in your 20s, don’t stress out about it—simply take action and get started right now.

Setting up your accounts and automating contributions is a powerful step in the right direction. Years from now when you’ve got savings and investments to fall back on or to fund the lifestyle of your dreams, you’ll be really glad that you took control of your financial future.

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About the Author

Laura Adams, MBA

Laura Adams received an MBA from the University of Florida. She's an award-winning personal finance author, speaker, and consumer advocate who is a trusted and frequent source for the national media. Her book, Debt-Free Blueprint: How to Get Out of Debt and Build a Financial Life You Love was an Amazon #1 New Release. Do you have a money question? Call the Money Girl listener line at 302-364-0308. Your question could be featured on the show. 

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