What’s one of the best ways to learn how to better manage your finances? How about increasing your financial literacy? Reading personal finance books is a great way to increase your financial knowledge. Personal finance books can also help you build valuable money management skills. If you want to get a better grasp on your money, here are the top financial books you must read this year.

You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth is from Jen Sincero

You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth adds a little sass to the dry topic of finance. This book’s helps readers identify and remove their negative money habits. By removing these habits, readers can move closer to financial success.

This Badass book takes you on a journey through Sincero’s life. You will follow her on her path to financial stability. As you read each chapter, you will discover similarities in your own life.

If most finance books bore you, this one will leave you entertained. Sincero’s quirky personality will have you laughing from cover to cover. Her light-hearted tone encourages you to read this book again and again.

Reading this book will help you remove the barriers that have prevented you from achieving your financial goals. Sincero’s makes personal finance simple. This Badass book is one of the top financial books you must read this year.

The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

At first glance you may think The Richest Man in Babylon is fictional tale. It’s quite the contrary. This book is one of the best personal finance books of all time.

Clason’s uses financial stories to illustrate the universal laws of prosperity. His stories date back to the ancient times of Babylon. By using these stories, he proves that these principles can work for all generations.

The content of the book was originally intended for educational pamphlets. Financial companies would use these pamphlets to educate their consumers. The first copy of the book was published in 1926. In 2010, this classic was updated.

This quick read will inspire you to adopt new positive financial habits in no time.

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich is a classic. The book’s wealth mindset and philosophies have inspired millionaires and billionaires throughout history.

The principles described in the book are designed to help readers achieve success. Hill’s “13 Steps to Riches” empowers readers to apply these principles into their own lives. Hill uses stories from successes such as Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford.

Arthur R. Pell, Ph.D recently updated this 1937 classic. The updated version incorporates tales from contemporary millionaires and billionaires. These tales include modern day success stories from individuals such as Bill Gates and Dave Thomas. Each one of these stories demonstrate how they achieved their wealth by incorporating Hill’s philosophies.

If you want to learn wealth principles directly from the ultra-wealthy, this is a great book for you. It’s a timeless classic that will continue to educate future generations. This is one of the top financial books you must read in 2019.

The Automatic Millionaire: A Powerful One-Step Plan to Live and Finish Rich by David Bach

David Bach, New York Times Bestseller author, delivers a simple one-step plan for achieving financial success. If you feel overwhelmed and confused by reading most personal finance books, Bach will change your perspective.

The Automatic Millionaire: A Powerful One-Step Plan to Live and Finish Rich outlines a fictional story of a couple who earn a modest income yet they have achieved a lot of financial milestones. Some of these milestones included two mortgage-free homes, two college tuitions, and a large nest egg to enjoy in retirement.

Bach explains how you can live the same life without a large income or sticking to a strict budget. All you need is a plan that will automatically provide a secure financial future.

Bach provides a realistic system based on timeless wealth principles. He offers the tools and resources you need to create your own plan right from the comforts of your home. This book makes personal finance easy to understand.

AgeProof: Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip by Jean Chatzky and Michael F. Roizen

This New York Times Bestseller explains the relationship between health and wealth. Jean Chatzky, a TODAY Show financial expert, and Michael Roizen, the Cleveland Clinic’s chief wellness officer, explain strategies to living a healthy and having a prosperous life.

AgeProof: Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip shows readers that they can use the same principles to get healthy and build an investment portfolio. This book shows readers that automation is the key to avoiding debt and excesses eating.

The content in this book will help you create a comprehensive plan to achieve health and financial independence.

I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi

I Will Teach You To Be Rich teaches readers basic financial concepts centered around banking, saving, budgeting, and investing. Sethi explains everything from taxes to how to start a business with $20. He makes each concept easy to understand and doable.

Sethi’s nonjudgmental approach encourages readers to apply these financial concepts to their own lives. Sethi inspires readers to take action and achieve the wealth they have always dreamed of. This book breaks the mold of traditional finance books and makes all principles easy to digest and adopt.

If traditional personal finance books leave you puzzled, this may be the book for you. You can use this 6-week personal finance program to completely transform your financial life.

The Bottom Line

The third richest person in the world, Warren Buffett states, “Read 500 pages like this every day,” while reaching for a stack of manuals and papers. “That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest.”

If you want to build wealth like Warren Buffett, it’s in your best interest to take his advice. At an early age he understood the importance of continued learning and growth. If you’re serious about bettering your money management skills this year, start with these financial books.

These books will help you build the skills you need for a secure financial future. Your financial well-being is in your hands. Take the initiative and purchase these financial books today!

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