How to Get Rich in a Year (Innbundet)

Get your finances in order, peace of mind and the means to have the life you´re dreaming of

Author:

Marie Olaussen

Norwegian title: Hvordan bli rik på et år
Norwegian subtitle: Få orden på økonomien din, ro i sjela og råd til livet du drømmer om
Author:
Binding: Innbundet
Year: 2021
Pages: 192
Illustrator: Karlsen, Marianne
Publisher: Cappelen Damm
Språk: Bokmål
ISBN/EAN: 9788202666446
Overview Hvordan bli rik på et år

How to Get Rich in a Year is a funny, inspiring, surprising and very useful book about personal finances.

Marie Olaussen shows us how we can all change our ways, allowing us to allocate money for exactly what we want to prioritise. She shows how we can cut our consumption while still being able to buy a coffee on the fly, drink wine on a Tuesday, invest in our own pension and go on holidays the family will never forget - if that is what we want above all.

This book contains no financial jargon because it’s so tedious the author can’t even bring herself to write it. It is a book about finances with a sad but funny start and a proper happy ending. And from the very first chapter, readers will realise that this book purchase is a real money-saver.

The book went straight to #1 on the Norwegian Bestseller list when it was launched in January 2021.

Chapters:

Step 1:
Get an overview of the situation and never fall into the money trap again

Step 2:
Set yourself some goals that will make you richer than you ever imagined

Step 3:
Make a budget with enough room for Prosecco

Step 4:
Knock out your debts

Step 5:
Cut unnecesary costs and find money for things that spark joy.

Step 6:
Allow your savings to grow big

How far did I get in one year?
The road ahead
Great tools for your personal economy

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Author Marie Olaussen

Marie Olaussen works as an editor for the newspaper Tønsbergs Blad, where she is responsible for all sorts journalistic projects like podcasting, themed editions and live events. How to Become Rich in One Year is her first book.

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