One of the quickest way of learning great financial lessons is to read great financial books.  All of the books I post here are books I have personally read and think are of good to great quality.  For some, I have or will be posting book reviews to better explain some of the lessons I drew from them.  But like anything, it's always best to read the source material.  Read them!

51pnCTbMqOL. SL160  Books Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money – That The Poor And Middle Class Do Not!

The first book Robert Kiyosaki wrote. Rich Dad, Poor Dad, presents simple, but powerful lessons on managing    personal financial affairs using simple stories and easy to follow concepts.


5170QLG40cL. SL160  BooksThe Total Money Makeover

Dave Ramsey's seminal work.  It's a masterpiece in usability.  This book offers the simplest and most down to earth approach to financial success I have ever read.

The Richest Man in Babylon is the first book I ever read about personal finance. It is also one of the best. This book is a collection of very readable and interesting stories which teach fundamental financial lessons. Written from the perspective of people living in ancient Babylon, it teaches through story, which I think is one of the most effective ways of learning.
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