10 Finance Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

10 Finance Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

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While you’re packing your bag for the beach, don’t forget to throw in some sunscreen, your favorite pair of sunglasses, and a great book to enjoy while you relax.

But before you reach for the latest love story, consider this as an opportunity to mend your relationship with your finances! Hear us out- during the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life, it’s challenging to set aside time to read a book, let alone learn some new money management tips. These highly recommended reads can help you rejuvenate your financial wellness and develop smarter savings habits to incorporate into your daily life.

Here are 10 Finance Books You Can Add to Your Summer Reading List
1.Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money by Dave Ramsey

Renowned for his lessons in budgeting, debt management, and wise investing, Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money covers an array of topics to enhance your financial habits. This guide is great for the money management novice and veterans alike.

2. Millennial Money Makeover: Escape Debt, Save for Your Future, and Live the Rich Life Now by Connor Richardson

This 6-step program can transform your financial life forever. From learning how to pay off student loans to automating your financial ecosystem, Millennial Money Makeover gives you a proven playbook for making informed financial choices.

3. Get It Together: Organize Your Records So Your Family Won’t Have To by Melanie Cullen and Shae Irving, J.D

Whether you need to organize records for yourself, your family, or your executor, Get It Together will show you how to effectively keep track of your essential financial documents. This workbook provides a complete system for structuring a records binder allowing you to easily manage your important pieces for your loved ones.

4. The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley and William D. Danko

The Millionaire Next Door identifies seven common traits that prevail amongst successful and wealthy individuals. One of the most acclaimed finance books by readers and experts alike. This read can empower you to take more deliberate steps to improve your wealth and over financial picture.

5. Smart Women Finish Rich by David Bach

With over one million copies sold, Smart Women Finish Rich, is one of the most popular financial books for women ever written. In this book, David Bach, addresses the unique financial concerns and opportunities today’s women face and is geared towards empowering women to take control of their finances.

6. Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, by Richard H. Thaler & Cass R. Sunstein

 Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Richard H. Thaler, and Cass R. Sunstien offer a new perspective on how we make decisions and the implications of these choices on our daily lives. Nudge acknowledges the psychological and emotional drivers behind our choices to help us, as consumers, make better and more informed financial choices.

7. The 10 Laws of Insurance Attraction– David Leng

With his latest book, David Leng, shows business owners how to stop gambling on ways to reduce insurance premiums, and instead, put themselves in a winning position. David explains in this International Best Seller why the most successful business owners do not allow their results to be left to chance, but ultimately take control of the game. Download a free chapter!

8. The Missing Semester– by Matt Kabala & Gene Natali Jr.

Designed with the recent high school or college graduate in mind, The Missing Semester provides a short and insightful course on the essentials of making wise financial decisions and gaining financial freedom, when entering the workforce and beyond.

9. How to Make Your Money Last – Jane Bryant Quinn

If you’re approaching retirement, or if the fear that you’re not saving enough to retire is keeping you up at night, How to Make Your Money Last, is the book for you. This book explores the possibilities available for allocating your hard-earned and precious retirement dollars while balancing your personal goals and interests.

10. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle

Understanding the nuances and complexities of the investment realm can be a daunting task. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing spells out the tricks of the trade and provides a fundamental understanding of investment strategy.

Let us know which book was your favorite by tagging us on social media and we wish you a great summer! For more information and resources on how you can jump-start your financial future, contact one of our team members today.

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