I’m Giving Away My eBook — Start Here

by Jason Unger

I’ve done it. After some time working to get out of debt, build up an emergency fund and actually get to spend money on wants and not just needs, it’s time to celebrate.

I want to celebrate with you. That’s why I’m going crazy and giving away my ebook — Automatic Finances: 17 Days to Your Financial Freedom — here on the site.

Here’s how this is going to work. 

Over the next two and half weeks, I’m going to post a day’s worth of content from the ebook (plus the introduction and two finale chapters) here on the blog. If you like what you’ve read, you can get yourself a PDF version of the ebook using the “buy now” link to share with your friends. If you don’t, you don’t have to buy it. (The ebook does have a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so I’d refund your money any way if you didn’t like it.)

Let’s celebrate successes with even more successes. So here goes … the introduction to Automatic Finances: 17 Days to Your Financial Freedom.

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Do you know where your money is going?

Are you saving enough money for retirement, vacation or education?

Are your bills paying themselves every month?

If you’re like most people, you’re making mistakes in at least one of these financial areas. Chances are, you’re off track in two, if not all three, of them.

But that’s okay – it’s not too late for you to start automating your finances and getting your money back on track.

Automatic Finances: What You’ll Learn How to Do

The Automatic Finances system will teach you how to set yourself up for financial success and spend less time getting there.

Using tools freely available online and a mindset dedicated to reaching your goals, you’ll learn how to:

  • Track and categorize all your spending
  • Find your net worth and watch it grow
  • Save money and invest for the future without pinching pennies
  • Ensure your money is getting the highest rates of return possible
  • Have your bills paid automatically and never write a check again

The system is designed so that in 17 days, you’ll be spending less time worrying about your money and more time watching it grow.

What This Isn’t: A Get Rich Quick Scheme

Before we go any further, you need to understand one thing about the Automatic Finances system: it isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme.

There’s nothing to sell. There’s nothing to invest in. There’s no secret code or handshake that will make cash rain down on you.

The system assumes a number of things about you:

  • You have an income, whether it’s from a steady 9-5 position, from freelance projects, investment earnings, or as a small business owner
  • You care about growing your net worth, paying yourself first and saving for the future
  • You want to have more free time to enjoy life, rather than worrying about your money

If that doesn’t sound like you, then Automatic Finances isn’t right for you. Email us at info@automaticfinances.com and we’ll refund your money – no questions asked.

But we’re guessing you do want to save more and spend less time worrying about it. You’re hard working and want your money to work as hard as you do.

Where Do You Stand Now?

Automatic Finances makes a few assumptions about your knowledge of personal finance; you may not know it all, but you have the desire to learn as much as you can.

The goal here, however, is not to teach you the basics of personal finance. Key lessons like paying yourself first, spending less than you earn, and the ins-and-outs of investing are not the focus. The more comfortable you are making financial decisions, the better the system will work for you.

When you’re done with your 17-day journey, you’ll be in a better position to make these good habits happen automatically.

A Word on Recommendations

Throughout Automatic Finances: 17 Days to Your Financial Freedom, you will see recommendations for certain products and services, like Yodlee, ING Direct and Vanguard.

While these have proven that they work in conjunction with the system, you are certainly not required to use them. There are a number of equally capable and fully functional alternatives that you may already use or be familiar with.

The Tools: What You Need

In order to make the Automatic Finances system work, you’ll need:

  • a debit card, linked to a primary checking account
  • access to an Internet connection and computer
  • an email account
  • ability to open online banking and savings accounts

But beyond the actual tools, you’ll need to have a certain mental preparedness to keep the system working for you. Most importantly, you’ll need to be dedicated to increasing your net worth by paying yourself first, being frugal, and spending less than you earn.

Without these three key habits, no financial system will work for you.

TIP: The Automatic Finances system is a cashless system. Beyond the convenience of using a debit card to pay for most of your expenses, it makes your spending much easier to track.

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