Every now and then our personal finances can spiral out of control. In fact, if we’re going to be completely honest, most of the time we have no clue where our money is coming from and where it’s going. We desperately need some assistance and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Some of the best advice on how to handle personal finances can be gleaned from the best authors. We’ve collected information on what we think are the top 3 financial resources that you can have on your bookshelf. Read on to discover which of the following books you think will guide you to financial freedom.
Dave Ramsey has made a name for himself in the personal finance sector. The Dave Ramsey Show has 8 million listeners a week across 550 different stations. The Total Money Maker is one of five books that has landed on the New York Times bestsellers list.
In classic Dave Ramsey fashion, he gives direct and unapologetic advice on how to tackle debt first in order to focus on your savings. If you’ve never read anything from Ramsey, you’ll learn that he doesn’t mince words or sugar-coat the hard work it takes to gain back your financial freedom.
If you hate reading and the very title of this article made you throw up in your mouth a little, Jen Sincero’s humor and wit will change your mind. She shares about her personal experiences going from eating fast food on a budget to a luxurious life.
Her latest book will teach you how to overcome obstacles and cut down on poor spending habits that are keeping you from financial success. Sincero will also give you practical tips that are very manageable in order to help you reach the “income of your dreams.”
In this collaboration about balancing your personal finances with your life, the authors present a case that living under tight budget restraints just might make you happier. They claim that a lower-paying job in a healthy environment is far more beneficial than a job with a lucrative salary with co-workers and work that you absolutely hate.
Perhaps you are struggling financially due to an improper balance of work and life. Robin and Dominguez would say that taking a job that makes you happy while adjusting your budget accordingly is the route to take. And in their book, they give you guidance on how to make this possible.