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Would you like an extra $15,000 over the next 20 years for your retirement? Using the information you will learn in Money Milestones by Jesse Carlucci, you will be amazed to find out how much you can save just by making your morning cup of joe at home instead of buying it at some coffee shop. Jesse approaches financial planning from a fresh new perspective. His book is not the same-old-same-old of endless formulas and percentages. He gives insight into the various budgeting sections by taking the reader through various tasks monthly. This way, he covers how to grow your wealth over the year which turns into years. One reason many people won’t stay on a budget is FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). Jesse Carlucci explains how this fear can be costly.
Jesse Carlucci breaks the budget down into twelve divisions, linking each to one of the months in the year. He gives antidotes for each chapter and explains in simple layman terms how to develop wealth by properly handling money. He does not chide or condemn but gently shows the path to a better future. Money Milestones is not like many books I have read on finances with charts and workbook pages to fill out. As a matter of fact, there are no charts or workbook pages. You can find them in many places. However, this book is one that shares information on making a budget with stories and gentle advice. No preaching here. Just a well-written, interesting book on the importance of budgeting. Read this book and learn how to enjoy living on a budget.