Personal finance is daunting for most people. Between stagnant incomes, a rising cost of living, and growing financial obligations, achieving financial freedom often seems out of reach.
The story often looks worse for young people. With little or no credit, lackluster savings, mountains of student debt, and little employment history, it seems that we’ll stress about money until the day we die. But that doesn’t have to be the case.
Regardless of your prior knowledge, Money for Millennials is the perfect personal finance book for young people. Much more, Money for Millennials offers practical advice and tips that can help you can use to build financial habits that will benefit you for a lifetime.
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Crawford Ifland is the author of Money for Millennials, a guide to help Millennials and young twenty-somethings manage their finances wisely and build wealth for the long run. He is passionate about helping others learn more about personal finance, investments, and how to use money wisely.
While in college, Crawford started his first business designing websites for small businesses and non-profits. That part-time stint in college eventually turned into a full-time job. Today, Crawford runs two small creative agencies that specialize in web design and online marketing. His clients include small businesses, award-winning creative artists, venture-backed startups, public and private universities, medical device and biotech companies, private equity firms, and more.
When he is not reading or writing, Crawford enjoys spending time with his wife, drinking coffee, and going to the beach. Crawford is 26 and lives with his wife in sunny Santa Barbara, California.
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