How I was able to keep $2,500 in my personal savings account
Personal finance blogger Ben Franklin, whose personal savings accounts were in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, made a bold claim in the wake of the financial crisis.
“In my entire career, I have never done anything like this,” Franklin wrote.
Franklin, who was working for a financial technology company, was a co-founder of a financial service company called First Draft Capital.
In 2014, Franklin was fired from his job and the company shut down, according to the Associated Press.
Franklin had previously invested $1 million in First Draft’s private equity fund, which he later sold.
The company’s CEO, Matt Dyer, later became the CEO of a rival company, the first-ever hedge fund company.
Franklin’s story sparked a discussion about what he could do to save money and put more of his money into his own personal savings.
He started a small savings account in the $1,500 range, which grew quickly.
Then, in 2014, he started an online platform called Zefare, which allows people to invest in the mutual funds and hedge funds that they like.
He also launched his own investment company called Vanguard.
Franklin says he has no regrets about investing in the funds he started.
“It was really fun,” he said.
“I was very fortunate to work with people like myself.”
Franklin was able, Franklin says, to make money while making money.
He did so by investing his money in mutual funds that were not as good as the ones that his co-workers at First Draft were using.
Franklin said he could earn money investing his own money.
The money he invested in his own savings account is now worth about $2.5 million.
Franklin didn’t do that alone.
His parents also contributed to Franklin’s 401(k) account.
Franklin and his parents also invested their own money in other investments.
“My parents are incredibly supportive of my work,” Franklin said.
Franklin earned a total of $2 million on his own over the course of his career, and his personal savings and investments have grown to more than $2 billion.
But it took him a long time to realize that money in his savings account was going to help him save money.
“The whole reason I have a savings account that I don’t have any interest in is because I have had to save for so long that it’s gotten to the point where it’s no longer an option,” Franklin told the Associated News.
“But that’s kind of what I’m trying to do.”