The 3 Financial Books Every Millennial Should Read

Financial literacy is a valuable life skill that everyone should possess – and I mean EVERYONE, including you, with an almost empty bank account and a long list of debt to pay.

Learning about money isn’t just for rich and business-minded people, because we all need this skill to be able to properly manage our personal finances.

If you’ve been on a financial slump for the past years and now ready to give your finances a do-over, make it a goal to dedicate 2019 for expanding your financial knowledge.

Fortunately, Financial knowledge is within reach for everyone – from self-help books, audiobooks and e-books to Youtube videos and podcasts to listen on the go.

But for today’s article, let’s focus on Financial Books that are easy-to-digest and guaranteed not to kill you with boredom.

1. Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together By Erin Lowry

“A new book about money that teens and millennials will actually read…. This not only has great insights and tips about handling money, but it’s written in a casual, relatable way.” —Time

First on the list is a must-read if you want to go from flat-broke to financial badass. In this book, Financial expert Erin Lowry will help you deal with everyday money matters and situations that we all can relate to, like what to do when you’re out with friends and can’t afford to split the bill evenly, or how to get “financially naked” with your current boo, and so much more. This book is filled with hilarious true stories and simple advice that every clueless millennial needs to know.

2. Money Honey: A Simple 7-Step Guide For Getting Your Financial $hit Together By Rachel Richards

“Making finance enjoyable and entertaining is quite the task and this book does just that!”  -Christopher Gowers, Financial Consultant

Personal finance is definitely a subject that most of us feel anxious and unhappy about. Also, it’s something that’s not fun to talk about. But that’s a different story in this book from Former Financial adviser Rachel Richards, where she puts humor and sass together with various topics about money to teach readers how to attain financial freedom.  So if you’re ready to whip your finances into shape and have fun while doing so, this book is for you.

3. You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth By Jen Sincero

“A cheerful manifesto on removing obstacles between yourself and the income of your dreams.” —New York Magazine

Unlike the previous books mentioned, this one from Jen Sincero focuses on achieving financial abundance in a spiritual level. Here, she combines hilarious personal essays with concepts such as uncovering what’s holding you back from making money, tapping into your natural ability to grow rich, and more. Financial abundance begins with your mindset and in this book, the author will make sure that  after you finish the last page, you will then be able to unlock your earning potential and get real results.

If you have other book recommendations, feel free to comment them down below. 🙂

About Toni Marie

Toni is a regular contributing author on Guest Money Blog. In addition to writing about money topics, she also likes to write about relationships and health.
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