Be Money Smart in 2019
Personal finance books to help you manage your financial life.
2019 by Dunn, GabyGet this item
Podcaster Gaby Dunn shares her many financial mistakes and what she’s learned from them.
Budgeting 101: From Getting out of Debt and Tracking Expenses to Setting Financial Goals and Building Your Savings, Your Essential Guide to Budgeting2018 by Cagan, MicheleGet this item
A guide to saving money, reducing debt, and creating a livable budget.
2019 by Schlesinger, JillGet this item
Emotional blind spots can cause costly financial mistakes. This book provides sound advice on how to avoid these mistakes and save money.
2018 by Fagan, ChelseaGet this item
A beginner’s guide to financial concepts and making important financial decisions about money. The author is the founder of the Financial Diet website. Personal bad financial behavior and its consequences inspired her to help others.
2017 by Kobliner, BethGet this item
A guide for people in their 20s and 30s to get their financial lives in order as they struggle with high rent, student loan debt, and living on a budget.
2018 by Wong, KristinGet this item
Advice for recent college graduates about managing their money and their emotions about money. The author discusses the wisdom of taking control of your own money to save, get out of debt, and stick to a budget.
2016 by Olen, HelaineGet this item
A few simple financial rules that fit on an index card can outperform complicated financial strategies.
2017 by Cagan, MicheleGet this item
An illustrated guide to the steps required to organize your finances.
2019 by Richardson, ConorGet this item
Advice about paying off debt, budgeting, saving, investing, and making large purchases.
30-Day Money Cleanse: Take Control of Your Finances, Manage Your Spending, and De-stress Your Money for Good2019 by Feinstein Gerstley, AshleyGet this item
A life coach offers exercises to create a healthier relationship with money, reduce stress, and understand spending patterns.
2017 by Edelman, RicGet this item
Career planning, college planning, second homes, long-term care, and investment strategies are only a few of the topics in this guide to personal financial planning.
You Need a Budget: The Proven System for Breaking the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Cycle, Getting out of Debt, and Living the Life You Want2017 by Mecham, JesseGet this item
A guide based on the "You Need a Budget" app. Using a budget can help people prioritize financial goals, reduce stress by managing cash flow, and prepare for unplanned expenses.