When you look at all of the expenses that the average person has to deal with, it can be a little daunting. It’s no wonder finance has become such a popular topic in today’s day and age. Whether you’re we’re talking about personal finance or more complex topics such as stocks and bonds, there’s so much to learn and read about when it comes to finance. Here are a few great books to check out if you want to dive a little deeper into the world of finance.
A book aimed at people in their 20 and 30’s, Erin Lowry’s Broke Millennial is perfect for anyone who may be new to the world of finance, personal or otherwise. Some of the topics Lowry discusses include managing student loans without having a panic attack or what to do when you’re with your friends and can’t split the bill evenly. This book shows step-by-step how to go from being completely broke to someone who has no issues handling all of their financials properly.
Fully revised and updated, Your Money or Your Life has been taking the financial world by storm for over 25 years. Vicki Robin lays out a nine-step program which helps individuals learn to live more deliberately and meaningfully. Great practically anyone who wants to learn more about finance, this book lays out how to do things such as get out of debt and develop savings, investing your savings to begin creating wealth, and so much more.
In this book, author David Bach goes into detail about how to take the hard work and willpower out of saving by automating your saving and investing. The Automatic Millionaire asks a question that most people have probably asked themselves at some point in their lives; What is the secret to becoming a millionaire? Bach says you don’t need a budget and you don’t need to make a lot of money, and that you can set up the plan to becoming a millionaire can be done in an hour. Considered one of the most popular financial books of our time, this book has plenty to offer you when it comes to your finances.
If you’re interested in the psychology behind money spending habits, look now further than Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habit. In his book, Duhigg looks at what habits are, how they’re formed and how we can use that knowledge to build beneficial spending habits. In addition, Duhigg’s book goes into other forms of habit outside of finance, such as exercising regularly or being more productive.