We review personal finance and investing books to find those gems worth reading.
How does financial literacy help us make better decisions? And is it hard to learn?
Rob Berger kicks off his book dispelling the myth that financial freedom is a luxury that can only be afforded by the elite few. Retire Before Mom and Dad is a surprisingly easy read. Rob speaks directly to the the average Joe on how to reach financial freedom and provides us with the numbers to back it up.
No need to go to an expensive business school. Get a personal MBA instead. Our review of the Personal MBA reveals how.
In her book, Tess Vigeland says you can leave your job with no "Plan B" and live the life you want. But can you? Read our Leap book review right here.
Are you raising your kids to be good with money? That's just one of the thoughts explored in The Opposite of Spoiled. Read one mom's full review right here.
Tim Ferriss is a very successful entrepreneur, author, and speaker. His newest book, Tools of Titans, can help make you Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise. Here's our review of this great resource.
The White Coast Investor is not just for doctors. This book can help any high income professional better manage their money, as you'll see in our review.
Here's my regularly updated list of the books I'm reading. It includes some of the best books on money, personal finance, retirement, and investing.
We interview author Rob Pivnick about his book, What All Kids Should Know About Saving and Investing.