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New book - Happy Ever After - financial freedom guide for 16+ (Wiley)

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We are writing to share news about a new book out next month from Wiley which we hope might be of interest. We're working with ‘The Seven Dollar Millionaire' ahead of the release of Happy Ever After - a book about financial literacy, initially written for his teenage daughter, and now to be published by Wiley to assist teens and young adults wishing to discover financial freedom. More information can be found below in the advance information media sheet and we can send digital and paperback review copies, as well as connect you with ‘The Seven Dollar Millionaire' (British, based in Singapore) for media interviews, comments and editorial commissions, and with the publisher to arrange extracts and serialisation.

Helen Lewis


Literally PR



Happy Ever After

Financial Freedom Isn't A Fairy Tale

By The Seven Dollar Millionaire


The best-selling new personal finance book in Singapore - the country with the consistently highest-ranked education system - is officially launching in the UK & US in March 2021


Discover how financial freedom - and not fairy tales - is at the heart of your very own Happy Ever After


"It's more about psychology than numeracy. Twenty times more people search Google for ‘financial security' every day than they search for ‘financial literacy.' People want to know how they can work towards being financially free, but after 12-plus years in education, very few teens leave knowing what the answers are!"- The Seven Dollar Millionaire


A picture containing textDescription automatically generatedDid you know you can become a millionaire by saving just £7/$7/€7 a day and investing for 7% returns? Probably not, because financial literacy is a subject that's overlooked by the vast majority of schools and universities, despite its significance to every single person on the planet.


Written initially for a teenage daughter and then turned into a course to train migrant workers, Happy Ever After: Financial Freedom Isn't a Fairy Tale focuses on the fundamentals of understanding money, saving and investing, showing how the "magic" of compound investing can transform tiny initial amounts into genuine wealth. Finally, there is an easy-to-read and accessible book that shows readers how to achieve the "Freedom Formula" of 25x your annual spending - that can set you free.


Perfect for anyone who hopes to make their future financially brighter than their present, and to help their own children avoid mistakes they made, Happy Ever After has a playful tone, featuring a spoiled princess and talking frog, hand-illustrated to help explain some of the trickier ideas that can be life-changing.



We need more ways to talk to our teens about money. Happy Ever After tackles this problem head-on. Financial literacy is a taboo subject but it shouldn't be, especially for young adults. The Seven Dollar Millionaire opens up the conversation about money - from the basics to how to achieve real financial independence and never working again. It may sound like a fairy tale but it's entirely possible. Buying this book for your daughter/son/grandchild could be the best investment you've ever made in their future!


About The Seven Dollar Millionaire

Did you know that the smallest amount of money you need to save and invest (at a 7% return) to become a millionaire over your career is just seven dollars/pounds/euros? No, nor did the Seven Dollar Millionaire until his daughter asked him if she could become a millionaire, and what was the smallest amount she could start with. That question turned into the book Happy Ever After, his new nickname and a lifetime commitment to teaching the concepts that can help all of us achieve financial security.

Having worked in the financial sector for more than 20 years, The Seven Dollar Millionaire has managed billion-dollar deals, invested hundreds of millions of dollars for clients, and won multiple awards - but helping people make the most of their circumstances, whether they are migrant workers or his own daughter, is worth so much more.


THE SEVEN DOLLAR MILLIONAIRE is a group of financial literacy enthusiasts who make learning about money accessible and engaging. They were quoted in the Financial Times in November 2020 saying "No one thinks about being financially literate per se. But they do want to be financially secure, to not be in debt and misery". For more



Title:Happy Ever After

Sub-title:Financial Freedom Isn't A Fairy Tale

Author:The Seven Dollar Millionaire

Genre:Financial Planning, Teens, Non-Fiction, Parenting


Publication date:March 15 2021

Availability:Paperback, eBook, International distribution


Price: £14.99

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