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Books on managing personal finances

The Automatic Millionaire
Bach, David
David Bach shows you how cutting out your daily coffee and bagel can fund your retirement! By saving as little as $5.00 to $10.00 a day you too can amass great wealth!

 

Start Late Finish Rich
Bach, David
It’s never too late to save for retirement. It’s as simple as setting up an automatic deduction from your paycheck into your retirement account. You can build wealth, no matter what stage of the game!

 

Think Single!
Bodnar, Janet
In this day and age, women need to get more involved with their finances, because at some point in their lives, women may be left to handive all their family’s money matters. This book will explain what you need to know.

Pay it Down!
Chatzky, Jean S
If you can save the extra $10.00 a day you normally spend on eating out or going to the movies and apply that to your bills, you can get out of debt once and for all!

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Wealth
Edelman, Ric
The people interviewed for this book invested in stocks and applied the principal of dollar cost averaging. Dollar cost averaging is purchasing stock on a regular basis whether the stock price is up or down - purchasing more shares when the stock price is down and less shares when the price is up. .

 

How to Hide Money From Your Husband
Evans, Heidi
Heidi Evans explains the importance of why women should have their own bank and retirement accounts. Many women are left with little or nothing after a divorce, having been out of the work force to stay home and care for their children.

Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Kiyosaki, Robert T.
Robert Kiyosaki explains what he learned by observing both his rich dad and his poor dad. He tells how he applied the lessons he was taught by his rich dad and how it helped him to succeed.

Women & Money
Orman, Suze
Suze Orman teaches women financial terminology by putting it in plain language. She wants women to think differently when viewing money and finances.

The Total Money Makeover
Ramsey, Dave
Dave Ramsey uses fitness terminology as an analogy for finances. He gives advice on getting out of debt and achieving financial health.

 

The Millionaire Next Door
Stanley, Thomas J.
While compiling interviews and surveys for this book, the authors observed over and over again that the people who were the subject of this book did not have the typical lifestyle of the wealthy. These people lived below their means, rarely ate out, drove used cars, and owned moderately priced homes.

 

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Beating Debt
Strauss, Steven D.
This book deals with getting out of debt, bankruptcy, credit reports-correcting errors and ways to improve credit score. It also discusses ways to cut spending, along with managing student loans and mortgage payments.

Don’t Play in the Street
Thompson, George
In his book, George Thompson, developer of WizeTRADE™ explains how his stock selection system works. He also discusses his strategy and his view of Wall Street.