Do you keep a budget each month? Do you allocate part of your income toward savings, investments, and a retirement account? Is your retirement account through your employer, or do you have your own? Do you have a Roth IRA that you max out each month? Do you even know what I’m talking about? (If yes, that’s awesome; if no, don’t worry — you will soon enough!)

I’m really passionate about people learning practical life skills that will benefit them and their communities. Personal finance is one of the most important things to know. You must determine a good financial strategy and be disciplined in following it day-to-day in order to accomplish your long-term financial goals (e.g., purchasing a home).

I don’t know about you, but it’s been difficult for me to find helpful and easy-to-understand information on setting a solid financial strategy. Therefore, my next free, online, digital textbook will be all about personal finance (budgeting, saving, investing, retirement savings strategies, doing your taxes, finances for sole proprietors, paying off debt, purchasing a home, and more). The book will be targeted at millennials who are just starting on their financial journey, but it will be useful to anyone.

I need your help determining what content to include by telling me your financial situation and what you feel you need to know. Please click here to take a survey. All responses are completely anonymous, even to me.

Thank you and I hope you’re looking forward to an awesome, empowering experience becoming a personal finance expert and achieving your goals!

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One thought on “Free online personal finance textbook — Help determine its content

  1. Would love to be able to scrutinize a corporate financial statement with an interactive app that would help one analyze the info. How is this company performing? These ratios suggest that . . . These numbers adjusted for growth, for whatever suggest that . . .I’m too ignorant to ask the pertinent questions. Unless I can read a financial statement, how can I make investment decisions? Thank you.

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