My Bookshelf

Here are a few of my favorite Books

  • Dave Ramsey's: Total Money Makeover
He has written a book with a complete plan to get your finances on track. From buying a car to buying a house. Investing and saving for retirement. He covers it all. If your in debt he can show you the way out.

Here's a link to my review.

  • The Elements of Investing 
           by Dr. Burton Malkiel and Charles Ellis

Another great book describing how to invest. How it all works. When and where to
invest. All the investment rules and principles you need to know are here—with clear advice on how to follow them. In just two hours of reading time, you will learn all you need to know to be truly successful in investing. Divided into five essential elements of investing, this little book packs a big message that can help secure your financial future all the way through retirement.

Here's a link to my review.

  • The Difference 

           by Jean Chatzky

If you want to know what kinds of people will be financial successful you need this book. It describes the kind of people, the kinds of traits and habits you need to be wealthy.

Here's a link to my review.

  • Morningstar's 30-Minute Money Solutions: A Step-by-Step Guide to Managing Your Finances

     By Christine Benz

Another great book that tells you how, from start to finish, to get your finances in order.

Here's a Link to my review.

  • Debt-Free U: How I Paid For An Outstanding College Education Without Loans, Scholarships, Or Mooching Off My Parents
      By Zac Bissonnette

Here's a great book all about how to go to college with no debt

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