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Financial Education for Beginners

This is a very short, basic and quick guide of financial education for beginners. If you want to start learning about money, take a look at these books, blogs or YouTube channels which will offer you a ton of information to start gaining confidence on what you can do to take control about earning, savings, growing and investing money.

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Everyone’s favourite. It is for a reason! Start with this one. In the end, it will help you to change your perception on how it does not matter how or where you start your financial life but it matters how you are capable to take control over that right now. It is all within your reach and within your mind.

The Intelligent Investor

Once you learn the very basics, this very old but still accurate guide will help you learn with in-depth insights on how to become a long-term investor. Knowledge is power. 

Lean In

Wise words of encouragement to every professional woman. Basic tools on how to approach your career and how to excel at your workplace.

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Our Rich Journey

An American couple with 2 kids that retired at 39 years old. Subscribe to their channel and learn how to save 70% of your income, invest in Index funds, fix stuff around the house and travel for cheap.

CNBC Make It

I love their short videos targeting the lives of different age groups and how they live with X  thousand dollars of income per year; from millionaires to very low-income Uber drivers. It will give you points of comparison on how people live and what they do with their money.


Mr. Money Mustache

Mr. Money Mustache retired at around 30 years old following the same concepts of frugality as Our Rich Journey.  Start reading his blog posts from the very beginning and learn how to change your perspective on day-to-day habits like living near and walking to your job, cooking at home, doing free activities, work out at home, etc.

Sometimes we just need a spark to revolutionize our mind. I hope this short guide of financial education for beginners makes you reach FIRE within 5 years!

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