Financial Books To Read And Get A Step Ahead
There are a number of financial books out there that provide valuable insight into personal finance based on the authors’ personal experiences. These authors are entrepreneurs, business owners or executives, and each brings their own unique experiences to the table. Some books are more business-oriented. Others focus more on personal finance. Let’s take a look at a few of the books that provide some good advice regarding personal finance.
Rich Dad Poor Dad
The No. 1 New York Times best selling author of the book “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, Robert Kiyosaki, was once a struggling single dad. In this book, he confronts the common myths that poor people are poor because of laziness and failure and that rich people are rich because of luck and greed. He also describes how the rich dad in his story lived in a much better house than he did, and how he kept losing money as he grew older. The book is a reflection of the author’s personal experiences and is not a how-to guide.
The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness
The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness is about more than just learning to save. It’s about changing your mindset, developing new habits, and understanding the basic principles of good money management in the process. In this book, you’ll learn why so many of us spend more than we should, why we don’t save much more, and how we can change our financial habits to get what we want out of life.
The Millionaire Next Door
The Millionaire Next Door is a book by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko that was first published in 1998. It is a study of how millionaires are made and how you can be one too. The book describes how the authors came to the conclusion that you can be a millionaire without ever going through college, without owning a business or making any contributions to society in the form of taxes. According to the book, most millionaires are also self-made, and they are not the stereotypical rich people with large homes and fancy cars.
The Wealthy Barber
“The Wealthy Barber” is a financial book written by Suze Orman, who is best known for her television shows as well as her bestselling books. In this book, Suze Orman shares with you her personal experiences about her rise from poverty to success. “The Wealthy Barber” is an insider’s account of how she made money and how she lost it and ultimately made it back. She also shares the lessons she learned through her personal experiences and some of the people she met along the way, lessons that she thought were very valuable to everyone.
Worry Free Money
The book, Worry Free Money, is not just a motivational and inspirational book that will empower and uplift you to achieve all your financial goals but also an all-encompassing guide that will give you the necessary tools to live a wealthy lifestyle.
The book, Millionaire Teacher, written by Mr. Ira R. Modvog, is an exciting guide on how to make your dreams of becoming a millionaire come true. It is said to have the answers to many of the questions that people wonder about before they can make their dreams come true. If you are just starting out, or you have already achieved your goal of becoming a millionaire, this book will be a good book to read in order to know how to go further.
The Intelligent Investor
The books, “The Intelligent Investor” by Benjamin Graham and “The Intelligent Asset Allocator” by William Bernstein, are considered the Bible of investing. They are not for the faint of heart. If you’re looking for the simple answer that will solve all your investing woes, this is not the book for you. If you are looking to understand the philosophy of investing, then these books are the cure.
So you want to be rich. You think that starting a business that makes millions is the key, but you don’t know how to do it. Or, you think that investing in stocks is the way to go, but you don’t know which investments to make. Or, you think that the stock market is this big, complicated, mysterious place that everyone knows about, but you don’t understand it. Or, you are just tired of working a dead-end job that does nothing for you.