Whether you’re running a business, raising money for charity, or a stay at home dad, money is incredibly important to know about. Reading is all about investing in your potential. Sacrifice some time now for the future.
Unfortunately, there is a lot of fluff out there, and secret formulas on how to make billions in a week. But this list is the real deal, where books are written by successful people for you to apply to your unique strengths and situation. Our recommended 18 books detail how your emotions affect your business, how to budget, how to get ahead without losing your moral values, and more!
The book is based on Sincero’s personal experiences as she emerged herself from her salad days to living a very good life.
It’s designed to show you the financial habits that could set you back and introduce you to super easy, simple concepts that will help you understand how to handle your money effectively and easily.
This is a lesser known book, but nonetheless carries a ton of valuable information in its five hundred pages. It goes deep not only on making money, but about both how to put it to work, and not squander it needlessly.
In internet business insights the authors study over 100 successful online business people including Grant Cardone, and Beate Chelette (who sold her business to Bill gates) and puts the thirty recurring lessons taken from the entrepreneurs into a set of lessons to live by at the end of the book.
This book clearly describes how your emotions contribute to invest decisions on a daily basis. Hormones control all aspects of our lives and its impact on money decision, both on what we consume and what we invest in is underestimated.
This book was a must read for Goldman Sachs traders and is now slowly reaching the public.
Rick Kids, Broke Kids is an important book about money for the family that cares about passing on wealth and helping their children to grow a family nest egg. The book is more than just about simple estate planning tips, although the book offers that too.
Rather, the book provides an excellent assessment of the character traits that are necessary for a person to develop a strong work ethic and not to develop profligate spending habits.
The book outlines the importance for children to learn how to plan in order to prosper.
Written by a Behavioral Economist, this book presents theoretical and practical information regarding our relationship with money.
While there is some financial and budget advise, the book focuses on human psychology and the powerful ways our attitude effects our finances.
This book is well researched and uses numerous engaging stories and examples, making it an easy and enjoyable read. A great book for anyone who has concerns about money, wonders if they can make more money, or is concerned about their future financial situation.
Running a profitable business boils down to one thing — the numbers. While do-it-yourself accounting and taxes are growing in popularity, it often leads to rookie mistakes. It’s true, look at how many small businesses close during their startup years.
This book reveals the inside scoop the authors gain while helping small business clients with a wide range of accounting, tax and managerial decisions. You’ll learn practical information you can implement right now to achieve better results.
This book is written by financial advisor, Mike Brodsky, who shares ideas and strategies for making improvements in many aspects of one’s life. The book’s longest chapter is on the subject of money and personal finance. For those who have a hard time sticking with their resolutions, this book suggests many potential actions and behaviors that can help the reader to develop and implement new habits which can lead to better results.
Everybody needs to start somewhere and this book provides simple strategies of where to start a financial journey. It maps out logical steps a person can take to paving the way to achieving financial stability and eventually building wealth.
This book reinvents the way you see wealth accumulation. It makes you realize that frugality is often a part of wealth generation.
The Feminist Financial Handbook provides actionable tips for women in business to overcome these obstacles without dulling the visceral experience of the real-life struggles women face as they try to master their money management and their lives.
Because women’s experiences don’t exist in a vacuum relegated to their gender, the handbook explores financial issues with anecdotes and perspectives of women of different races, sexual orientations and abilities.
This is a great book for anyone considering the option of making money through real estate. It focuses on wholesaling real estate properties as the way to becoming rich in the long term instead of just making some cash in the short run.
This is a good source for anyone who is interested in engaging actively in the real estate business as wholesaling requires devotion and efforts. In return, however, you can make long-term wealth.
This book is perfect for someone thinking about making money in real estate. It’s great for first-time real estate investors as it teaches you how to buy cheap properties debt-free.
The secret to a successful real estate empire and wealth, according to the author, is in consistency and continuous work though small, risk-free, debt-free deals.
The book is written in the style of a set of parables based on Kiyosaki’s life. It advocates financial literacy and financial IQ, putting emphasis on shifting the usual paradigm of a working person and consumer to that of an asset accumulator and investor—learning how to make money by investing in assets that grow in wealth rather than depreciate over time.
He has cleverly used the comparison of two father figures in his personal life to highlight the difference between a man who works for money, and a man who makes money work for him.
This may be an entire book about one simple and old-fashioned principle (pay yourself first through savings), but the idea of automating your savings deposits and transfers is where its power is.
Based on a decade of experience teaching community workshops on financial topics from budgeting and credit building to savings and debt reduction strategies, this book includes suggestions, stories and step-by-step ideas shared by thousands of individuals and couples from all walks of life.
In the great American tradition begun more than three centuries ago with Poor Richard’s Almanac, Everyday Money for Everyday People is a financial guidebook of the people, by the people,and for the people.
If you ask most people if they have enough in investments able to produce enough income to do what they want in retirement, when they want, with whom they want for the remainder of their lives, without having to work, the answer is a resounding no.
Ilene Davis shows readers the simpler steps needed to change that no to a strong yes!
Are you a sheep or a lion? For a total paradigm shift, this is my all-time favorite money book. It’s an especially great initiation into the world of earning money beyond 9-5. You won’t look at things the same way afterwards – you’ll want to go out and build your empire.
If a European immigrant can come to America and become a real estate mogul, anyone can do it! Although he’s a lesser known author in the wealth space, Jack Bosch is a total powerhouse.
His down to earth tone and easy to understand monetary explanations will inspire anyone to change their life.
He provides a completely doable real estate strategy that will create passive income for life in just 5 years. It’s a must read for anyone ready to exit the rat race and create inter-generational wealth.