Not everyone’s good with budgeting, knowing expenses, and saving. Everyone should know how to handle their money. Understanding cash gives you freedom from debts, credit cards, and loans and will create more room for you to do things you wish. We bring five books that will help you manage money better.
1. The Psychology of Money
By Morgan Housel
In this book, Morgan Housel narrates stories demonstrating how people think about money and financial decisions. The book shares insights into why we make bad financial decisions and how to make better ones. The book gives you access to financial freedom and helps you build smarter financial habits by translating complex concepts about money into easier-to-digest ideas.
2. Happy Money
By Ken Honda
This book will teach you how to make peace with your money and financial status. Through the Japanese Zen approach, you will rethink your attitude and examine how your beliefs towards money were shaped. Eventually, this will rid you of the fear and anxiety about money and help you achieve peace and prosperity. Happy Money will reinvent the way you see your financial situation.
3. Money Master The Game
By Tony Robbins
In this book, Robbins has successfully dispelled financial myths that stand in the way of people’s financial goals. Based on one-on-one interviews with renowned financial experts and extensive research, this book provides a 7-step guide to securing financial freedom. It also contains expert advice for readers with every income level and helps you create a lifetime income plan.
4. Rich Dad Poor Dad
By Robert T. Kiyosaki
Through his book, Robert narrates his story of growing up with two dads, his birth father and his best friend’s father, the rich dad, and explains how both shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book debunks the myth that you can only become wealthy if you earn a high income. Robert also explains how the lessons learned and challenged two decades ago are now more relevant.
5. I Will Teach You To Be Rich
By Remit Sethi
Written by Remit Sethi, who Forbes has described as a ‘Wealth Wizard,’ this book provides new tools and insights on money and psychology. It is a 6-week program that will help eliminate your debts, manage your finances, and save better.