There’s nothing like a good book – print or digital – to lead you in the right direction with respect to managing your money, learning how to budget and understanding investments. From online superstores to your local library or corner bookstore, you can find all the advice you need to whip your personal financial situation into shape and become a pro at using your credit wisely.
So listen up or read on as we discuss a few resources to find personal financial resources…
Amazon.com provides a wealth of resources (over 40,000 titles) for managing your money including the following books to help you master your finances…
- The Motley Fool Personal Finance Workbook : A Foolproof Guide to Organizing Your Cash and Building Wealth
- Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties
- Personal Finance For People Who Hate Personal Finance
Try these Amazon searches to find the personal financial learning resources to help you reach your financial goals…
(searching “All Departments”, No. 1 Title listed under search)
- Personal Finances
- Personal Financial Planning
- Example: Personal Financial Planning
- Personal Investing
- Personal Finance Budgeting
- Managing Your Credit
- Retirement Planning
Other Resources for Credit Management, Personal Finance and Investment Books and Audio
Your Local Library – many of the titles listed at Amazon.com and other online booksellers can be found at your school, university or public library.
Your Local Bookstore – Whether it’s Barnes and Noble at the local mall, The Tattered Cover in Denver, CO or Powell’s in Portland, Oregon, there are thousands of local bookstores where you can flip the pages rather than click the links. Do a search on Google Maps or Bing Local.
Audible.com – Amazon provides links to audio resources on consumer credit and personal financial management but Audible.com (anAmazon company) provides a dedicated resource to download the money management information you want to hear to the device you want to play it on.