Whether you're looking to get on top of your personal finance, learn about the world of investment and banking or simply want to crack down on your own spending habits, there is a book out there to help you do it. The market is saturated with excellent content that can guide you through the intricacies of the financial world and help you improve in any areas that you seek to further yourself in. With there being so many books out there, we thought we'd recommend the books that we think can best help you achieve your financial goals.
Achieving complete financial independence is universally sort after, but as ‘Know More, Make More, Give More’ explains, one cannot become entirely in control of their finances if one doesn’t understand how to play the money game. This book by author Rob Moore, takes a deep dive into the best ways to achieve wealth and that seemingly illusive total financial independence. A must-read if you are like so many and want to live a financially comfortable life with the ability to support both yourself and your family.
Does money and all the pressure that come with it stress you out? Well, ‘Money: A Users Guide’ is the perfect tonic to extinguish all those anxieties. This insightful read broaches all those difficult questions surrounding topics like pensions, stock markets, money-related mental health, renting, mortgages and much more. This book by award-winning journalist, The Times columnist and author Laura Whateley can help you put all your financial worries to rest.
Thinking about getting into investments and trying your hand at the stock markets? If so, this book by teacher-turned-self-made millionaire Andrew Hallam can provide you with all the tools and the mindset you need to achieve success. Learn about how this talented teacher built a million-dollar portfolio and pick up on the fountain of tips and snippets of advice about best practices and what practices are best avoided to increase your chances of success on the stock market.
Explore the ins and outs of a less consumerist lifestyle and learn how living a quality-of-quantity lifestyle can benefit everything from your bank balance to the environment. Author Tara Button takes you through the 10 steps vital to mastering mindful curation to escape the cycle of buying sub-par appliances, clothes, furniture etc to eventually just end up replacing it when it inevitably spoils.
Do you find yourself putting off paying for anything the week before payday? Or do you find yourself with less savings than you would have hoped? We have all been there, but this useful handbook could be your ticket to conquering those obstacles and taking back control of your finances. Cost of living and price hikes are all over the news which is causing widespread financial concern, especially in the millennials age group, but once you give this book a read you will be equipped with a financial outlook that can result in you still being able to live comfortably, afford that mortgage an even that avocado on toast.
There are countless financial books on the market that can help you achieve whatever it is you are seeking, all it takes is a little research, but should you find yourself struggling for the perfect book why not give one of our suggestions a go and who knows… it could change your life.