Most young adults spend more time thinking about what to wear each day than about their finances. It’s too bad, because time really is on their side when it comes to investing. The earlier they start, the more successful they'll be. Just ask Leslie Scorgie. By 10, she had her own savings account. Now 23, she's well on her way to becoming a millionaire. In this practical guide written in a friendly, accessible voice, the author shares the secrets of her success. Rich by Thirty offers young people practical advice and solid information on a wealth of financial topics, including the differences between saving and investing; why a young person should invest; learning how to budget; avoiding credit card traps; the dangers of unrealistic expectations; and how to choose the right investment vehicles. The book also features worksheets, a resource section, and a glossary of money terms.