Die with Zero is a book that provides readers with a common-sense guide to living rich instead of dying rich. The author, Bill Perkins, wants to encourage readers to focus on having meaningful experiences instead of just saving money for the so-called Golden Years. The book provides readers with specific strategies for optimizing their life, such as experience bucketing, following their net worth curve, and navigating their spend curve and personal interest rate. It also includes stories from the author's life and from others, as well as insights from psychological science and behavioral finance to provide a convincing case for living large.
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