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All Personal Finance Books Should Be Written Like “The Latte Factor”

Read this if you hate traditional books on budgeting and saving

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I borrowed David Bach’s The Latte Factor from the library on a whim, reasoning that I need to read more non-fiction. I was curious but not committed to owning the short 160-page book, which I started reading during a quiet shift at work. My…

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Kaitlyn Varin

Kaitlyn Varin

Kaitlyn Varin is an avid reader, whose passionate about health and wellness, personal improvement, and writing. Find her on Instagram at @kaitlynreadsalot.

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