Book Review: All The Money in the World

The big ideas that make it worth reading

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All the Money in the World is a hidden gem of a personal finance book. It’s a lesser known book by a lesser known author who is usually known for writing about another topic.

I usually associate Laura Vanderkam with productivity advice. Books like 168 Hours or What Most Successful People Do Before




Relentlessly simplifying what you need to know to master your money so you can live your life. Go to to get articles right when they come out.

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