Saving money means effectively managing your money. One of the best choices you can make is learning this crucial skill Whether you are saving for a new car, new house, may be even a second house or retirement, get started today with advice and insight from these inspiring reads.
I Will Teach You to Be Rich by Ramit Sethi
Author Sethi’s unique style keeps you interested through his entire six-week personal finance program. You are sure to master your money using the least amount effort with Sethi’s approach.
The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko
Don’t let the fact that Stanley and Danko first published this book 20 years go keep you from unveiling its secrets to monetary success. The authors apply more than 20 years of research to identify the seven characteristics of America’s richest folks.
The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous and Broke by Suze Orman
Although this book is geared toward those under age 25, Orman offers insight into growing your net worth. In reality, most everyone starts out with very little. She also breaks down the path to financial success.
Financially Fearless: The LearnVest Program for Taking Control of your Money by Alexa Von Tobel
CEO Von Tobel uses this book as her opportunity to distill all of the financial planning her company, LearnVest, gives to its clients. Since its inception in 2007, LearnVest has raised more than $69 million.
Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals by Thomas Corley
Corley managed to identify both “rich habits” and “poverty habits” by spending five years studying both the lives of the rich and the poor. He outlines these habits and the rest of his findings in his book.
The Investment Answer by Daniel Goldie and Gordon Murray
Goldie and Murray outline a general guide to investing. They focus on the five decisions that every investor must make. Among these decisions are making the choice to go it alone or invest with a professional along with allocating stocks, bonds and cash.
Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Kahneman, a Nobel-winning behavioral economist, will take you on a tour of the mind in this book. He explains the two systems that drive the way we think. You guessed it, one is fast and emotional while the other is slow and logical. He offers practical advice into how we make both our business and personal decisions.