Resolution: Healthier Finances
Saving money can be challenge. 26% of us don’t have any money set aside for an emergency (23 Dizzying Average American Savings Statistics). So it’s not surprising that one of the top ten New Year’s resolutions is to get out of debt and save more money. Let us help you keep your resolution with some financial advice books.
Books for Healthier Finances
Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey. A strategy for changing attitudes about personal finances covers such topics as getting out of debt, the dangers of cash advances, and keeping spending within income limits.
Investing for Dummies by Eric Tyson. Outlines basic financial advice, covering such topics as securities, retirement accounts, diversification, online trading, current tax laws, and avoiding bad investments.
How to Make Your Money Last by Jane Bryant Quinn. You will learn how to turn your retirement savings into a steady paycheck that will last for life.
Money Class by Suze Orman. A popular financial guru offers a new no-nonsense guide to personal finance based on an honest appraisal of one’s present circumstances, beliefs, and goals, and taking a course of action that supports these truths.
Money: Master the Game by Anthony Robbins. Draws from research and interviews with financial experts to offer a seven-step blueprint for attaining financial freedom, simplifying complex financial concepts and providing advice for anyone to create a lifetime income plan at any income level.