The Paycheck Investor’s: Personal Finance: The Story of a Dreamer Named Jo, and Sally’s 90-Day Personal Finance Challenge


Jo had always dreamed of being a successful investor. Sadly, luck, the economy and poor planning derailed his dream, and set him on a path of mundane ‘sameness.’ Fortunately, that all changed when he bumped into Sally: an old friend with an eye for numbers and a brain for finances. She soon started Jo on a new journey that has spilled over into this book – a journey that can help you get control of your finances, now.

This journey was life-changing for Jo, and it will be for you as well. With easy-to-understand math and simple steps, this book breaks down the basics of our daily finances – and how to get control of them. From grasping our spending habits, creditworthiness, interest debts and our financial situation, Sally covers it all. Needs, Wants, Savings: there is a place for all of it in our lives, yet most of us don’t really know what place that should be.

As the old saying goes, knowledge is half the battle – this book will arm you with that knowledge, and the skills, to win the rest of the fight. Jo is well on his way to conquering his daily financial struggles, and with this guide – you will be, too.


“When I first got this book I was a bit disappointed because I thought it was going to get into his investing, and the story of how he got the name ‘Paycheck Investor’. Yet, it’s more of a prequel to the paycheck investor story. It’s still a really good book and personal finance system, the second step is the bomb, I can actually understand my credit cards statements now. The story gives you an idea of his story before investing, my girlfriend absolutely loved the ending of the story of him and Sally (won’t spoil it here). We’ve decided to do the 90 day challenge, I definitely recommend this book and can’t wait for the second part to come out.” by Amazon Costumer

“As a fellow lover of numbers and accounting, I decided to pick his book up. I’m pretty good at managing my money, but I got myself into a pickle and my problem was where do I begin and how do I start over with getting my money on track. This book was an interesting read, I love how it was set up with an explanation of everything along with a story. It made it even more clear to me on what I needed to do. So now in 90 days I hope to have a good handle on things!” by Amber


About the Author


Throughout my life, I always dreamed of becoming an investor. I spent countless hours trying to create businesses or find opportunities that would someday create enough income to make me wealthy. I always believed that, once I accumulated enough income, I could save, invest and, thereafter, have the money to live the life I had always wanted.

As the years passed, though, I still hadn’t found success. By the time I hit my thirties, I was living paycheck-to-paycheck and, even worse, I was still somehow borrowing money! This was one of the most depressing times of my life – the idea of becoming an investor had become a childhood dream that needed to be let go.

However, life sometimes surprises us in ways we cannot understand. For me, change didn’t happen until an old friend showed me a different way to view wealth. Wealth is not earned by luck or chance and rarely comes in one lump sum. Rather, it takes simple steps developed over time and starts with our personal finances.

Now personal finance was the first step on this journey but my journey didn’t end there, once I had a little to invest I set out to become an investor, I believed that I could join some investment clubs and learn investing. Sadly, I had picked the some of the wrong clubs, instead of being welcomed I was mocked, the only investment I had found was peer-to-peer lending which I love, but I soon learned that thinking outside the box was not welcomed and was soon dubbed The Paycheck Investor by a broker that was simply trying to sell his products.

Since then I have found investments that I love and new ones that I want to aim for which started the next part of this journey and that is the Paycheck Investor theme.

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