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"From Ramen to Riches: Building Wealth in Your 20s is a guide to ceasing to struggle through the prime of one's life, and improving the management of one's finances... From Ramen to Riches is a must for anyone who is already sick of ramen at 21." -- The Midwest Book Review.
The oldest of nine children, award-winning author Jim Wood is a natural coach and mentor. His mission is to share his passion for personal finance by increasing financial literacy, especially for those aged 18 to 30 who can most benefit from this knowledge. Wood has appeared on numerous local and national media programs, including PBS televisions's "The Nightly Business Report." Jim retired from his corporate job at age 47 after 25 years in high tech. He held positions as a software engineer, information technology manager, and business strategy manager. He earned a B.A. in Psychology with Distinction from Boston University. He also holds an M.S. in Engineering Management from Stanford University. Jim lives in San Diego, California with his wife and son.
One of the best "money books" I've read in a while. Easy to understand, well written and with great information. Amazing compilation of the best strategies to increase your wealth.Published 1 month ago by Eugenio M.
Helpful information that is looking for a starting point on investing. If you are young and looking to get into investing early and saving money, this will be a helpful book to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by dmof10
This book explains every single thing you ever need to know about finance. The author does his best to make everything as clear as possible. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ben
It's not teaching anything new, just reaffirming things you should already knowPublished 5 months ago by Kw
I bought this book for my oldest daughter when she graduated from college 3 years ago. Thanks to Wood's book, she is managing her finances really well. She is a Ph.D. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Isabel Luengo
Wish I had read this back when I was 20! Very informative with no nonsense and plenty of common sense! Young folks this is a must read!Published 8 months ago by Frances Henson