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Ten Best Personal Finance Books

 

 

1.The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

This classic book presents a parable containing the essentials of building personal wealth.

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  2. One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch

Invest in stocks by buying what you know.  Sensible and insightful advice from a modern money master.

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  3. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill's 1937 classic is based on Andrew Carnegie's formula for success. It was the forerunner of many of the self-improvement and financial success books that followed. Its ideas, wit and anecdotal wisdom are the explanation for its multi-generational best-seller status.

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

Millionaires aren't what you think -- and they probably don't get that way the way you think either. They may even live next door and drive a truck to work. Stanley and Danko spell out the rules that can lead towards millionaireville based on their interviews of the working-class wealthy.

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  5. The New Money Masters by John Train

A description of the winning investment strategies of Warren Buffett, Paul Cabot, Philip Fisher, Benjamin Graham, Stanley Kroll, T. Rowe Price, John Templeton, Larry Tisch, and Robert Wilson.

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  6. Your Money or Your Life by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin

A different kind of personal finance book, Your Money or Your Life is as much about how you spend your life as how you spend your money. Interesting new concepts like "life energy" and the "crossover point" guide the reader toward a simpler, more frugal and hopefully freer life in the future.

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  7. The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom by Suze Orman

Suze Orman explores the psychological impact of money and helps you take control of your finances.

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  8. Low Stress Investing by C. Andrew Millard

A conservative, common-sense yet empirically valid style of investment for those who don't know (and maybe don't want to know) a P/E from their elbow.

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  9. Money for Life by Steve Crowley

Crowley helps you map out your dream life, spend wisely, keep debt under control, create a tax-deductible lifestyle, create a systematic savings plan and retire early.

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  10. A Woman's Guide to Family Finances by Ellie Kay

Practical tips on saving money and spending your household budget wisely by a charming and engaging writer.

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