25 Best Personal Finance Books for Your Summer Reading ListJuly 6th, 2015
We have these books from the Huffington Post’s 25 Best Personal Finance Books for Your Summer Reading List in the Curtis Money collection!
(The other books on this list are currently on order.)
Please click on each title to see current availability.
From the Huffington Post, by Laura Woods, Contributor:
While you relax in the sun by the pool this summer, make the most of your free time by checking out 25 of the hottest, newest and best-selling personal finance books. Learn how to catapult yourself to success and better manage your funds so that you can have even more time in the future to unwind and enjoy yourself.
Make it your summer goal to read this wildly successful book if you haven’t already done so. Robert T. Kiyosaki explains what you need to teach your kids about money to help them achieve future success. The book dispels popular beliefs about earning and spending money and teaches lessons on handling assets and liabilities.
Nasty Gal Founder, CEO and Creative Director Sophia Amoruso details her rise from wild teenager to the head of an online fashion retailer worth more than $100 million. Read about how trusting her instincts and following her gut led to massive success.
George S. Clason’s classic book shares the secrets to overcoming your personal financial problems. Read and absorb the inspirational and informative “Babylonian parables” containing stories on thriftiness, financial planning and personal wealth.
If you frequently find there’s not enough time in your day, you’ll want to read this book by Greg McKeown. Learn how to allocate your time wisely so that you’re able to accomplish high-priority tasks. Rather than focusing on doing it all, McKeown explains why it’s best to reclaim your time and focus on the goals and activities that matter most.
If you feel like you need to get a grip on both your life and your budget, you’ll want to read this Ruth Soukup book. Soukup provides personal accounts of living an unorganized life and how biblical truths and practical action plans can help you make lasting changes to improve your finances and home.
The authors of “Freakonomics,” Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, have put together a collection of their best and most outlandish blog posts, covering everything from when to rob a bank and why flight attendants don’t get tipped to what people lie about and why KFC runs out of fried chicken.
Money expert and financial journalist Nicole Lapin shares her easy-to-follow, 12-step plan for getting your finances in order and learning to invest in yourself. She breaks down the language of money and how to break bad financial habits.
Think your monthly Social Security check should be bigger? Laurence J. Kotlikoff, Philip Moeller and Paul Solman share the secrets of getting thousands of dollars more each year from Social Security benefits and walk you through options such as “start stop start” and “file and suspend.”
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