You can learn a lot more by reading financial management books.
I like to read and have found that reading can open up nearly any subject you want to learn about. We had always run our household finances on a general budget but we came to the point where we wanted to tighten things up. I didn’t want any money leaking out that could be used better, namely retirement and college savings.
Of course I began to dig around Amazon.com looking for financial management books that would help me to solidify our budget. Sure enough I found some and have learned a great deal in the process.
I have also read a couple of books on related subjects that have helped shape my current views on financial management. They vary in topic from investing, frugal living to career choices.
I would like to introduce you to some financial management books and also a few other books that cover other related topics as well.
You may also find them helpful as you pursue financial freedom for you and your family.
Read the list below and read the books you find interesting:
- Debt Proof Living – The Complete Guide to Living Financially Free by Mary Hunt
48 Days To Creative Income by Dan Miller
The Total Money Makeover – A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness by Dave Ramsey
Bogle on Mutual Funds – New Perspectives for the Intelligent Investor by John Bogle
The Millionaire in You by Michael LeBoeuf, Ph.D.
The World’s Easiest Guide To Finances by Larry Burkett
Financial Peace by Dave Ramsey
The Richest Man In Babylon by George S. Clason
Your Money or Your Life by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin
Jesus Entrepreneur – Using ancient wisdom to launch and live your dreams by Laurie Beth Jones
48 Days To The Work You Love by Dan Miller
Rich In Every Way by Gene Getz
How To Survive Without A Salary by Charles Long