There are some rare weeks where we’re a bit too busy to make long and detailed articles. Thankfully, even short ones can contain valuable lessons that you shouldn’t miss, so here’s one from Prosperity: How to Attract It by O.S. Marden!
In a certain chapter of Marden’s book, he talked about the list of personal finance rules from New York’s Y.M.C.A., and it’s called the “Ten Commandments for a Young Man’s Financial Life”. Check them out here!
Ten Commandments for a Young Man’s Financial Life
- Work and Earn.
- Make a Budget.
- Record Your Expenditures.
- Have a Bank Account.
- Carry Life Insurance.
- Own Your Own Home.
- Make a Will.
- Pay Your Bills Promptly.
- Invest in Reliable Securities.
- Share with Others.
And there you have the very basics of good personal finance! This is a short lesson, but if you want more details on each of them, just click on the links above to learn more!