Reading books about personal finance is a great way to learn more about how to improve your financial situation.
I love reading and furthering my understanding of the world.
In the first 6 months of 2017, I read 29 books. By the end of 2017, I had read over forty.
Today, I present to you 12 personal finance books to read to further your financial education.
12 Personal Finance Books to Read
There are so many great personal finance books to read out there. I’ve picked 12 which I believe are superb, very informative, and helpful:
1. The Simple Path to Wealth
2. Think and Grow Rich
3. The Millionaire Next Door
4. The Richest Man in Babylon
5. Rich Dad, Poor Dad
6. Your Money or Your Life
7. How to Think About Money
8. The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing
9. The Automatic Millionaire
10. Money: Master the Game
11. How to Win Friends and Influence People
12. The Slight Edge
I’ve provided a brief summary of each of these below:
Personal Finance Books The Mastermind Within Community Members Are Reading
One of the great things about having readers is being able to ask them about their strategies for financial success. A number of people contributed to the question of which personal finance books they are reading to further their financial education.
Grant, a blogger and friend of mine likes The Millionaire Next Door!
Dom, a blogger from Gen Y Finance Guy, loves The Slight Edge:
The Slight Edge. It really covers personal finance and overall personal development all in one.
I completely agree with you Dom! ‘The Slight Edge’ had the biggest impact on me of any book I read this year. Thank you for contributing!
Learning personal finance early in life will alter your perspective forever. The book recommendations above will get you to your financial goals and beyond.
Whether you’re looking to learn about investing, or want to understand the philosophical properties of money, there’s a book in this list for you.
You could experience financial success beyond your wildest dreams! Being financially free is a great feeling, will you get there?