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Ramit Sethi


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Past articles by Ramit:

'Help! I feel paralyzed — I know I should invest, but how?'

In this installment of Grow's money advice column, Asking for a Friend, Ramit Sethi, author of "I Will Teach You To Be Rich," helps someone who has some extra cash in a savings account and wants to grow their wealth by beginning to invest. → Read More

Self-made millionaire: 6 biggest money lies young people need to stop telling themselves

People have lots of reasons for not managing their money properly. A few of those reasons are valid, but most are just poorly veiled excuses for being lazy and not wanting to spend 10 minutes on research. → Read More

Self-made millionaire: Don't make these 5 mistakes when negotiating your salary

There's a limit to how much you can save, but there's no limit to how much you can earn. And with just one conversation, you can boost your income for life. → Read More

Self-made millionaire: This is the No. 1 way to get rich—and most young people are not doing it

Personal finance guru and best-selling author Ramit Sethi says young Americans are not taking advantage of "the biggest money-making vehicle in the history of the world." → Read More

I've been writing about money for 15 years, and I can tell you too many couples talk about money all wrong

Ramit Sethi writes that focusing on who earns more isn't the point — the point is getting on the same page about the life you want to build. → Read More

I always thought people who flew first class were suckers, until I realized they knew something about spending money it took me years to figure out

"I'll never buy an old car to repair, but I do fly first class … and now I understand why people do both: priorities," Ramit Sethi wrote. → Read More

I've helped thousands of people start their own businesses, and I have an uncomfortable truth for entrepreneurs looking to raise money

If you can’t or are not willing to save up a couple thousand bucks to start a business, writes CEO Ramit Sethi, maybe you’re not ready to start one. → Read More

600 people told me what it felt like to splurge on a luxury, and I realized that whether they spent $50 or $5,000, they all said the same thing

Ramit Sethi challenged his 800,000-plus readers to splurge on something they wouldn't usually buy, and about 600 people took him up on it. → Read More

I'm convinced real estate is one of the most overrated investments out there, but I plan to buy a house anyway because of a strategy I implemented years ago

Ramit Sethi has been saving for that house since his late 20s, thanks to a sub-saving account that receives monthly automated contributions. → Read More

I started my own business more than 15 years ago, and I wish I could have given myself 3 crucial pieces of advice

After 15 years building his businesses, CEO Ramit Sethi has narrowed down three pieces of entrepreneurship advice to share with people who ask. → Read More

I spent years agonizing about wasting money until I realized successful people have a completely different mindset

Wasting some amount of money is unavoidable in the long run, Ramit Sethi writes. So stop worrying about it every time an opportunity presents itself. → Read More

The biggest mistake you can make when putting money in your IRA

You shouldn't have to be a financial expert to have your money do the right thing, says Ramit Sethi. → Read More

I've helped thousands of people start their own businesses, and I've found that everyone who makes money has the same thing in common

The most successful startups solve problems, says Ramit Sethi. The skills you already have could help you start your own business. → Read More

The No. 1 thing millionaires know about money that the average person doesn't

Ramit Sethi, self-made millionaire and author of "I Will Teach You to be Rich," says high-earners spend smarter to save the most important commodity of all: time. → Read More

Even if you think big, work hard, and want it badly enough, you can still fail — here's where everyone goes wrong

Success isn't created overnight. You have to create momentum — and there are three steps you can take to build it. → Read More

4 people reveal how they save and spend their six-figure income

Just because you start earning six figures doesn't mean you have to start living a crazy, lavish lifestyle. → Read More

Too many people make the same mistake trying to learn something new — and it's easy to fix

Trying to learn something alone won't get you anywhere — here's how to get expert guidance from someone who has the information you want. → Read More

How to get an internship using the 'truffle principle'

You don't want to be the same as the next 100+ interns. Follow these steps to stand out and become a top applicant. → Read More

We're all overlooking the 'invisible risks' in our lives — and it means things will only get harder

In "Your Move: The Underdog's Guide to Building Your Business," Ramit Sethi writes that it's funny the way we think about risk. → Read More

Successful people openly lie about what it takes — and you'll never make it if you follow that advice

Why doesn’t anyone tell the truth about what it takes to be successful? Two very simple reasons. → Read More