DIE WITH ZERO
Getting All You Can from Your Money and
By Bill Perkins
It's time to stop worrying about the future so much, and start living in the now. Bill Perkins explains his book by expanding on the classic Aesop fable of the ant and the grasshopper: The ant works hard all summer to save food for the winter. The grasshopper doesn't. Winter comes along and you know the rest.
"There's a time for work and a time for play," Perkins writes. "Great moral. But when does the ant ever get to play?"
In his book, Perkins offers nine rules to help you from being an ant who doesn't play. Some of the rules make sense, like Rule No...