Four years ago, in a blog conversation with finance writer Helaine Olen, I joked that the best financial advice for most people is available for free in the library and would fit on an index card.
Then people started asking: “Where is the index card?” So I grabbed one of my daughter’s 4×6 index cards and wrote out some basic rules. I snapped an iPhone picture and posted it online. The whole exercise took maybe two minutes.
In that weird Internet way, the card went viral. Helaine and I went on to expand the card into a little book, “The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to be Complicated.”
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