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Financial success is not a measure of how much money you have in the bank, whether or not you have a six-figure salary, or if you have a specific balance in your 401k. Financial success results from making consistently better choices that lead you to live a more financially sound and independent life.
Is the term “old money vs. new money” still something people say in the age of technology start-ups, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and meme stocks? Let’s look at the differences between old money vs. new money and the social connections between the two.
If you’re looking to generate a foundation in personal finance, or simply increase your knowledge base, then these books are for you. Wisdom and knowledge doesn’t just appear in our brains one day.