Some people have a knack for managing their money; others may struggle a bit. Either way, there are many ways to educate yourself in the realm of finance. One of the easy and less time-consuming ways to get learning is through personal finance books. Get yourself one of these books to put you back on track with managing your expenses. Sit down in a quiet space with a highlighter and a notebook and begin your financial learning journey.
Author: Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! has been the number 1 best selling finance book since its release. This book not only teaches you how to manage your own money, but also how to teach your children to do the same as adults.
Author: Jen Sincero
This book is perfect for the reader who enjoys some laughs with their read. The author, Jen Sincero, dives into her personal experiences growing up and gives insight into removing the obstacles that block you from achieving your financial dreams.
Author: David Bach
The Automatic Millionaire: A Powerful One-Step Plan to Live and Finish Rich delivers exactly what is in the title: a one-step plan. This book simplifies getting your finances in order and is perfect for the non-educated business person. The book spent 31 weeks on the New York Times Best Sellers List.
Author: Michael F. Roizen
Ageproof: Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip shows the relationship between your health and finances. It explains the importance of financial health in being physically healthy and enjoying your older years.
Author: Ernie J. Zelinski
This book is perfect for the person ready to retire, that may not have the funds to do so. Zelinski doesn’t expect the person to work longer, or harder, rather he explains how to make due with the money you have saved for retirement.
Author: Dave Ramsey
This book is perfect for the family man/woman. It explains how to manage money and finances with a spouse and children. It is all about saving, its importance, and how to do it. This is a great read for someone who is not looking for a get-rich-quick scheme. It is much more practical and realistic.
Author: Cary Siegel
Why Didn’t They Teach Me This in School: 99 Personal Money Management Principles was written when the author decided that his children weren’t learning about finances in school. With less than 200 pages, this book is a quick read that still packs a punch with information. Although 99 principles may seem like a lot, the book is anything but overwhelming.
Author: George S. Clason
This short, yet powerful book, is based around the financial ways of our forefathers. It has been around for years, and with good reason. It explains saving in the simplest of terms for the person who may have no business background. Simple, yet informative.
Author: Vicki Robin & Joe Dominguez
This book, surprising, does not teach you the importance of money, but rather the importance of your happiness. This read is perfect for the person living comfortable but finding themselves always wanting more. Want to bemore humble? This book will teach you how.
Author: Eric Tyson
This read is for everyone and anyone. It is especially useful for the person new to the financial realm. If you feel that you know absolutely nothing about finances, this is a great start to learn the basics, and how to make some great financial changes in your life.
If you have read finance books before and feel that you are still in over your head with bills, you may want to look into getting a payday loan. This will get you back on your feet, while giving you the fresh start you need.