Top 5 Money Books for Beginners

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5 personal finance books for beginners

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If you are struggling with money in your life and are ready to make a change these books are the ones to get you started.

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Here is a list of the top 5 personal finance books:

Your Money, Your Life

If you’re interested in the FIRE (financial independence retire early) movement, Your Money or Your Life is a must read. It’s a step by step guide on how to reach financial independence. Easy to follow 9 step framework.

Rich Dad Poor Dad

 Rich Dad Poor Dad is about the opposing mindsets and habits of the author’s 2 dads – his rich dad (his best friend’s father) and his poor dad (his biological father).

rich dad poor dad

The Total Money Makeover

This New York Times bestseller, Total Money Makeover, explains how to get out of debt and improve your financial picture by avoiding common pitfalls like rent-to-own, cash advances, or using credit. It also offers solid advice on starting an emergency fund, saving for college and retirement, and how to succeed at Ramsey’s famed “Snowball Method” for debt payoff.

dave ramsey - total money makeover

The Millionaire Next Door

 The Millionaire Next Door is the original version to the updated The Next Millionaire Next Door. Based on thousands of interviews of U.S. millionaires, the original discusses the 7 common traits among the wealthy. 

How to Manage Your Money When You Don't Have Any

How to Manage Your Money When You Don't Have Any is good for absolute beginners who haven’t received any financial education, those in debt, or those who are living paycheck-to-paycheck. From students to retirees on extremely tight budgets, the author provides tips and examples of how to start managing your money while keeping your spending in check. It’s a big-picture look at how to control your money.

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I chose a collection of books that have easy steps to follow and also work on your mindset. It's important to understand money but it's more important to understand your relationship with money. Why do you make the decisions with money that you do? 

Use these books to manage your money.





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