6 Awesome Personal Finance Books That Will Increase Your Wealth

Almost 37% of Americans making under $50,000 a year, and another 18% earning between $50,000 and $74,000, don't have enough savings for emergencies.

Here are 6 great personal finance books that can help you improve your financial health. 

Students interested in financial independence should give it a read. It’s your guide to achieving a fulfilling life and being happy with ‘enough’ while also building wealth.

“Your Money or Your Life”

“Rich Dad Poor Dad”

Through the difference of approaches to money, work, and life among two men, Kiyosaki teaches you the importance of financial education, investing, and building wealth.

The book has five sections; each clarifying do’s, don’ts, and loopholes in real estate and teaching how to maximize investing in property.

“Loopholes of Real Estate”

Taxes are inevitable, but that doesn't mean you can't optimize your financial decisions around them. Tax-Free Wealth by Wheelwright, a seasoned tax advisor, shares practical strategies that can help you understand tax laws and reduce your taxes.

“Tax-Free Wealth”

In this personal finance book, Curtis Ray breaks down complex money math into simple steps. Through practical examples and visuals, he explains the concept of compound interest in finance and how it can boost your wealth.

“The Lost Science of Compound Interest”

This personal finance book is your go-to guide for smart investing. Bogle simplifies investing for you by explaining the benefits of the index-focused portfolio, how to sidestep the pitfalls of trendy investment, and how to maximize stock returns.

“The Little Book of Common Sense Investing”

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