Financial Freedom in the Digital Age

Achieving Financial Freedom is Easy When You Know How to Do It. Join Thousands of E-mail Subscribers

Sign Up Here

Financial Freedom

Remember: Being rich is having money. Being wealthy is having time. At we help you become rich slowly, so that you don't sacrifice your life trying to attain wealth.

We create the best apps to help you experience financial freedom. We release new apps constantly, containing incredible e-books, audios and tools aimed to help people become wealthier and be better prepared for their future. Our mission is to touch ten million lives by 2022.

We also have a popular e-mail list. Join thousands of people who receive our amazing content on a daily basis by clicking on the button below:

Sign Up Here

Our Apps

Where's My Money

Where's My Money is an expense tracking app meant to help users understand where their expenses are going.

Some of the features include: recurring additions, income/expense categories, total balance at a glance.

Learn more about Where's My Money directly on Google Play.

The Richest Man in Babylon

The Richest Man in Babylon is a collection of parables set 8,000 years ago in the ancient city of Babylon.

This app contains the full text of the Richest Man in Babylon as written by George Samuel Clason in 1926.

Check out the app directly on Google Play:

The Way to Wealth

Published in 1758 by Benjamin Franklin, the Way to Wealth is a must-read for anyone interested in advice for becoming wealthy.

This app contains the full The Way to Wealth publication which consists of over 3,000 words.

Although written over two centuries ago, The Way to Wealth offers timeless advice for acquiring and keeping wealth.

The Compound Interest Calculator

The power of compound interests has made many people rich and many people poor. Albert Einstein once said:

"Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it; he who doesn’t, pays it."

By playing around with this app, you can start making predictions on how much money you can make given your interest rate, monthly deposits and initial capital.

Our Blog