grant sabatier

Grant Sabatier

Creator of Millennial Money and Author of Financial Freedom. Dubbed "The Millennial Millionaire" by CNBC, Grant went from $2.26 to over $1 million in 5 years, reaching financial independence at age 30.

Let’s be clear: If your house burns down or your health falls apart, insurance won’t make everything better. Insurance simply can’t protect you from the unpredictable nature of life. But insurance can and should help you build a new life if tragedy strikes. Insurance can protect you...

With the rise of the “gig economy” it is becoming more and more common that someone you know has a side hustle. Intuit has predicted that by next year 40% of American workers will be independent contractors. We’ve seen the evidence of this in our social...

You probably won’t be surprised when I say that, regardless of how much money I make, I’m always looking for new ways to save. Whether it’s cutting down on my cable TV costs, or discovering a new app that helps me find cheap gas near me...

Financial planning can be intimidating. There are SO many different elements to manage, track, and account for each month. But what if getting your finances on-track was actually easy? Luckily, it is SUPER simple to start improving your financial health and get on track towards financial freedom. 7...

Ecommerce is an ever-growing industry designed with the everyday seller in mind. Without independent merchants, sites like Amazon may not be in the position they are today as global e-tail behemoths. Every day, thousands of people are setting up shop online as a means to escape...

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Investing is essential in building wealth. be Knowing how you can make your money work for you is a skill many people aspire to have – why else would I constantly get asked about my investing strategies (always...

Ah yes, college. The best four years of your life. You want to enjoy every second of it, so why would a crazy person, me, tell you to spend some time at college working? The benefits outweigh the cons. When you go to college you should...

Cash back credit cards are a great way to earn rebates on everyday purchases. So long as you manage your money right and don’t overspend, using a cashback card gives you a guaranteed rebate on your everyday purchases—usually 1% to 2%. While cash back cards don’t...

If you’re like me, today’s student loan marketplace probably feels completely full of refinancing offers. And that’s great - giving graduates the ability to refinance costly student loans goes a long way in promoting financial independence for recent graduates and working professionals. Our student loan...