From the outset, finances seem so simple: you make money from your job and divide it among your bills, savings and daily expenditures; however, that is not always the case. There are so many challenges along the way that it can get overwhelming at times. And when that happens, what do you do?
Self Help Books on Finance
Getting help from a financial advisor is always the best when it comes to maintaining your finances. Luckily, you can still help yourself understand your current situation and find a solution yourself. The best way to do that is by reading. Some books can give you knowledge about how finances work and can allow you get a leg up in the world of finance. Here are a few of them:
Your Money or Your Life
by Vicki Robin, Joe Dominquez, with Monique Tilford
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This book is a must-read for those looking to improve their savings. The book gives readers insight on how they can achieve financial independence. Some of the things you can expect from this book include how you can view your spending in a different light to help improve your mindset about the money that goes in and out of your hand each payday. This book is especially recommended for those looking to retire early or live a simpler life.
Cut Your Grocery Bill in half with America’s Cheapest Family
by Steve and Annette Economides
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Buying groceries is a universal need for everyone. So, no matter what your nationality, this book can give you a few useful pointers on how you can make the most out of each trip to the store. Other things you can learn from this book include savvy shopping techniques and information that can help you become a more informed consumer so you can get the most out of your money. It’s the perfect read for folks who enjoy trips to the grocery store and love getting the best deals.
100 Questions Every First Time Home Buyer Should Ask
by Ilyce Glink
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Buying your first house is both an exciting and nerve-wracking time. How do you know if you’re getting the best deal for the house? Should you get a loan or pay in cash? Everything you need to know about purchasing your first home can be found in this book. The thing that sets it apart from other books of this nature is the way the author relates to the reader to help them understand everything before they decide to get the house.
If You Can: How Millennials Can Get Rich Slowly
by William Bernstein
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If you’re looking for how to get rich fast schemes from this book, then you’ve come to the wrong section of the bookstore. “If You Can” is a book for people who are planning for their retirement and other long-term goals. The book may be short, but it doesn’t fall short in informing its readers the expectations and steps on how to start their investment journey. It’s easy to read, and you’ll walk away ready to make that investment for your future.
You’re so Money
by Farnoosh Torabi
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Living on a budget can be tough. It often means that you need to cut back on your luxuries to make room for your other priorities. But in Farnoosh Torabi’s book, you can learn how to make the most out of your modest paycheck. It can provide you with some handy tips on shopping for your necessities and still have enough room for your luxuries. This is the perfect read for those living on a shoestring budget whose hobbies often cost twice as much.
You don’t need a guy in a fancy suit to tell you how you can achieve your financial dreams. Sometimes, all you need is the perfect tools for the job. It’s all a matter of figuring out what you want to achieve and how you expect yourself to go about doing it.