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Publisher Description

The International Bestseller

"This book blew my mind. More importantly, it made financial independence seem achievableI read Financial Freedom three times, cover-to-cover." 

Money is unlimited. Time is not. Become financially independent as fast as possible.

In 2010, 24-year old Grant Sabatier woke up to find he had $2.26 in his bank account. Five years later, he had a net worth of over $1.25 million, and CNBC began calling him "the Millennial Millionaire." By age 30, he had reached financial independence. Along the way he uncovered that most of the accepted wisdom about money, work, and retirement is either incorrect, incomplete, or so old-school it's obsolete.

Financial Freedom is a step-by-step path to make more money in less time, so you have more time for the things you love. It challenges the accepted narrative of spending decades working a traditional 9 to 5 job, pinching pennies, and finally earning the right to retirement at age 65, and instead offers readers an alternative: forget everything you've ever learned about money so that you can actually live the life you want.

Sabatier offers surprising, counter-intuitive advice on topics such as how to:

  Create profitable side hustles that you can turn into passive income streams or full-time businesses
*  Save money without giving up what makes you happy
*  Negotiate more out of your employer than you thought possible
*  Travel the world for less
*  Live for free--or better yet, make money on your living situation
*  Create a simple, money-making portfolio that only needs minor adjustments
*  Think creatively--there are so many ways to make money, but we don't see them.

But most importantly, Sabatier highlights that, while one's ability to make money is limitless, one's time is not. There's also a limit to how much you can save, but not to how much money you can make. No one should spend precious years working at a job they dislike or worrying about how to make ends meet. Perhaps the biggest surprise: You need less money to "retire" at age 30 than you do at age 65.

Financial Freedom is not merely a laundry list of advice to follow to get rich quick--it's a practical roadmap to living life on one's own terms, as soon as possible.

Business & Personal Finance
February 5
Penguin Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

Addicted to Software ,

Accessible, wise, useful!

I’ve been teaching a financial workshop and one of my students asked for a companion book. This lines up nicely with my own syllabus, with its strong emphasis on the time value of money. Sabatier has done an excellent job of presenting sound financial principles without falling into the trap of recommending debt avoidance and shaming people for, say, buying a cup of coffee.

Highly recommended!


Everything you need to know about Financial Freedom

Love, love, loved this book. This is one of the few Financial books I have read this year and by far my favorite. It explains so much. I didn’t think I could learn anything new with so many books out, but this books talks about so much more and explains in details so that you can better understand the topics. Would definitely read again and recommend to everyone.

straight to the point reader ,

Not what I expected

Unfortunately, when I started reading this book I thought it would give me some tools to invest, and duplicate my money. The book merely focus on savings and retirement. Also, 900 pages is way to long for what I am getting. I stated loosing interest when I was on page 265. There is a section from the author that will ask you for feedback or input about ways I apply for saving money. Right after I sent an e-mail, I have been getting lots of e-mails from random websites. I don’t know how that happened.
The book merely shows you what your future will be 30 years if you start saving in your 401k. Too many tables and formulas. I really lost interest ...