Financial literacy is just as important in life as other basics – John W. Rogers Jr.
Who wants not to be rich? It is everybody’s dream to be independent financially. It is appreciating if you are thinking like this. Many of us earn well enough at the end of the month. And most of us become empty within the first two weeks of a new month. Or two weeks after getting a salary our pockets become empty. Why does this happen to many of us? The financial stress takes an individual to any level. But, you do not worry now. Few changes in lifestyle, skipping few habits and people, and a company of these listed books will undoubtedly make you financially independent. Reading books is one of the best ways to gain knowledge. Below I will share a few books you need to read to gain financial literacy.
If you consider money as a religion in this 21st century era, then these books are scriptures of the religion named “Money and finance.” Even if you successfully adopt any four-five tips from this book, you will get financial peace throughout your life.
Let’s have a look at the book list on financial literacy that has changed the lives of several in many ways.
Why Didn’t They Teach Me This in School? Author- Cary Siegel. This book offers you ninety-nine personal money management principles. These principals to start today itself is the best decision.
The Total Money Makeover. Author- Dave Ramsey. The book is the best foundation for saving smartly and saving enough.
The Automatic Millionaire. Author- David Bach. It offers a one-step plan. This is the best guide for building wealth.
Your Money or Your Life. Author- Joseph Dominguez, Monique Tilford, and Vicki Robin. It is the best book on personal finance.
Rich Dad Poor Dad. Author – Kiyosaki. It is a memoir with life learning lessons.
You Are a Badass at Making Money. Author- Jen Sincero. The book is all about feeling and living awesome, with inculcating few financial habits in you.
How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free. Author – Zelinski. The book is all about how to be happy with all you have.
Broke Millennial. Author – Erin Lowry. This is the best beginner’s book.
The Millionaire Next Door. Author- William B. Danko and Thomas J. Stanley. The book is one of the best inspirational books. This book is a guide to be productive without being in high-profile jobs.
The Richest Man in Babylon. Author- George S. Clason. The book, written in 1926, holds financial tips applicable to date.
The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need. Author- Andrew Tobias. This book is all about investing, saving, and budgeting.
The Behavior Gap. Author- Carl Richards. This book is about simple ways to stop doing dumb things with money.
Blueprint to a Billion: Seven Essentials to Achieve Exponential Growth. Author- David G. Thomson.
Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending. Author- Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Norton. This book aims at getting more satisfaction with your money.
Every day we come across several people who unknowingly guide about finances. These books are the same as people in our life who wants us to be financially stable. You do not need to read all books to gain financial literacy. Anyone of this is sufficient. What you have to do is stick to any one of it and follow ritually.