Improving your finances and building wealth doesn’t just happen on its own. It takes careful planning and plenty of self-education.
Sure, you may have hired an advisory team to assist with your investing and retirement plans, but the burden is on you to get it right. Remember, nothing worthwhile is easy and you’re never smarter for not knowing something.
This is YOUR personal finance journey and you need to take charge of it!
The best way to do that is by educating yourself with some of the excellent reading material that’s available.
Below, I’ve listed some of my favorite books on personal finance and investing. These books contain valuable information and will help you make better decisions about your money.
I know you’ll find these helpful.
Devin Carroll brings you a condensed, straightforward guide that gives you the nine essentials that everyone should know to navigate the maze of Social Security with confidence (without getting lost in the tangled web of Social Security rules)
Rock Retirement offers inspirational advice on how to enjoy the journey to retirement to its fullest.
Divorcees have a tough job ahead of them as they try to understand what Social Security benefits may be available to them. This book provides a concise, easy-to-follow, guide for divorcees to learn about Social Security benefits specifically for their situations.
The Little Book of Common Sense Investing is the classic guide to getting smart about the market.
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