Must-Read Books on Financial Management

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Money is a touchy subject for some people but it’s just a game for others. Having financial freedom can be so freeing and there a lot of books that can help you learn how to achieve it. From old-school classics to new-age money books written for Millennials, there is tons of literature out there that focuses on how to manage your finances. Here are some money-centric must-reads:

“Millennial Money” by Patrick O’Shaughnessy – The money game isn’t anything like it used to be. “Millennial Money” will give you unconventional strategies modern Millennials can actually put to use.

“The Total Money Makeover” by Dave Ramsey – Dave Ramsey breaks down how to build up your financial fitness including a surefire plan to pay off all your debt, something that many Americans are struggling to do right now.

“Bold” by Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler – “Bold” is the modern money book we’ve all been waiting for. You will learn about using exponential technologies and crowd-powered tools to create extraordinary wealth while making a difference in the world by doing meaningful work that matters.

“Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill – This is the real book of wisdom that goes far beyond what the title entails. Published originally back in 1937, this book sheds light on the principles, habits, and secrets of some of history’s wealthiest people. It is a must-read for anyone who is interested in history and finance.

“The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous and Broke” by Suze Orman – You can learn the basic principles of money management from one of the world’s most trusted financial experts. In this money book Orman covers all the fundamentals including credit card debt, credit scores, home buying and even how to handle financial conundrums with your first real job.

Do you have any other suggestions for helpful books about financial management?

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About DevonJ140
I am currently an Accounting Director living in New York City. I love reading and learning more about business, finance, tech, and current events.

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