Schools don't teach us much about money.
As a result, many of us leave school for a full-time job and have no idea what to do with the cash we start earning. Instead, we live pay-cheque to pay-cheque, buying what we want and just cross our fingers and hope that we don't have too much month left at the end of our money.
It's a risky plan to run with.
Anyway, for the last few years, I've been on a mission to find some good solid, simple advice on how to use money well.
And...well...I found it.
It's called 'The Barefoot Investor: The Only Money Guide You'll Ever Need' by Scott Pape.
Unlike most money guides it's clear, concise, funny and it actually works. It has shot to the top of the best-sellers list in Australia by stripping away all the confusion and complexity on the subject of how to be good with our money.
If you're sick of all the crazy and confusing talk around how to be good with your money, it's worth getting yourself a copy.
You can do that here.