Automating your Personal Finances
How much time do you spend managing your finances? Just the day-to-day stuff – paying bills, transferring money from one account to another, etc. If it’s more than an hour a week, it’s TOO LONG!
I’m going to teach you the tactics of building an automated system to handle your money – so you can focus on the bigger picture. Like using the time saved to earn more money.
I’ll also give you specific money management tips, like psychological hacks, negotiation scripts, advice on handling irregular income/expense for entrepreneurs and the best savings accounts to use.
Building a Bulletproof Personal Finance System
By setting up a bulletproof personal finance system, you can start to dominate your finances by having your system passively do the right thing for you. It will help you automatically manage your money, guilt-free, for years to come. Bills, payments, and even investments will be automated, leaving you to focus on the things that really matter. And since the system is so flexible, you can tweak it to your specific situation.
More articles and videos on Automating your Finances
- My 12-minute guide to automating your accounts. I walk you through the whole system in this video.
- Automating your money — especially for entrepreneurs and freelancers. How to do a monthly sweep of your finances to clear up any loose ends caused by irregular income.
Psychological hacks to help you manage your money
- Personal finance is not about more willpower. If you think personal finance is just about “trying harder”, ask yourself: How has that worked for you in the last month? The last year? Have you really saved or invested more? Time for a new strategy: Automation.
- Money management tip: Add a “Stupid Mistakes” sub-savings account. Unpredictable expenses are actually extremely predictable and pretty regular — over the long term. Here’s how to deal with unexpected expenses and keep your automation system on track.
Bonus: 5 Myths of Personal Finance
Here’s a 30-minute podcast that I did with the guys from Consumerism Commentary that talks about automating your finances and a LOT more.