Books that teach you how to manage your hard-earned money

Vanshika Vasundhare

Feb 25, 2023

The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey

The Total Money Makeover is a self-help book with many real-life examples of people who followed Dave’s baby steps and experienced results.

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You’re So Money: Live Rich, Even When You’re Not by Farnoosh Torabi

This is one of Farnoosh Torabi’s most important works. She simplifies the complexities of finance and makes budgeting look easy. The author focuses on prioritizing one’s spending based on what one desires the most.

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I Will Teach You to Be Rich by Ramit Sethi

This is one of the best personal finance books and a must-read book for people aged between 20 to 35. It focuses on wealth-creation strategies for personal entrepreneurship.

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Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

This book covers almost everything about personal finance. It is the story of two fathers, one is well-educated with a pile of certifications, and the other is a school dropout. When the well-educated father died, he left his son with nothing except debt.

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The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley and William Danko

This book throws light on the investing style of intelligent investors. It talks about how millionaires are thoughtful about generating wealth and live frugally in their daily lives.

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Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin

This isn’t simply a personal finance book. It is a book on the life and how to organize it to reflect your ideals. It targets materialism, which ruins not only our money but also the planet’s finite resources.

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The One Page Financial Plan by Carl Richards

The One-Page Financial Plan can assist you in determining your financial values and objectives. Carl Richard’s easy methods show you how to prioritize your life goals and find out how to achieve them.

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You Need a Budget by Jesse Meacham

The technique outlined in this book helps one to live a little more freely and alleviates the anxieties that come with a lack of funds.

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The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle

This book is written by John C. Bogle, the creator of the Vanguard Group, the world’s largest ETF business. The author emphasizes index investing, stock-selecting strategies, and the fundamentals of investing.

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