We all grew up with Aesop’s fable of “The Grasshopper and the Ant.” The grasshopper fiddled and enjoyed his days, while the ant worked assiduously to put his earnings aside for later in life. But suppose the takeaway lesson from that fable was wrong? Die with Zero is a startling new and provocative philosophy as well as practical guide on how to get the most out of your money—and out of your life. It’s intended for those who place lifelong memorable experiences ahead of simply making the most of their savings. In the same vein as the classic bestsellers The 4-Hour Workweek and Die Broke, Bill Perkins offers a brand-new roadmap as to what’s the ideal age to transform your hard-earned savings into meaningful lifelong experiences. He makes it clear that you need to take stock of your life, and to understand that always postponing your dreams and wishes until you’re in your so-called Golden Years doesn’t make sense. In short, Perkins has turned the fable of “The Grasshopper and the Ant” upside down—and he explains why his practical approach to enjoying our limited time on earth makes sense in today’s fast-paced world.