Based on her successful blog of the same name, the author, a 26-year-old personal-finance expert, helps readers go from in debt and overwhelmed to informed and financially empowered by using humor and real-life examples to demystify the world of money for Millennials.
The Buy Nothing, Get Everything Plan
Discover the Joy of Spending Less, Sharing More, and Living Generously
Liesl Clark and Rebecca Rockefeller
A powerful, environmentally-conscious guide to decluttering, saving money and growing a community inspired by the ancient practice of gift economies where neighbors pooled resources includes seven steps to learning how to buy less and give more.
Amy Loftsgordon and Cara O’Neill
Incorporating extensive new coverage of student loan forgiveness and changes to federal laws, a latest edition outlines comprehensive steps for taking control of personal finances, cleaning up a credit report and rebuilding credit.
Die With Zero
Getting All You Can From Your Money and Your Life
A startling new philosophy and practical guide to getting the most out of your money-and out of life-for those who value memorable experiences as much as their earnings.
Dollars and Sense
How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter
Dan Ariely and Jeff Kreisler
Shares anecdotal insight into the illogical influences behind poor financial decisions and how to outmaneuver them, covering topics ranging from credit-card debt and household budgeting to holiday spending and real estate sales.
The Dumb Things Smart People Do With Their Money
Thirteen Ways to Right Your Financial Wrongs
The CBS News business analyst explores the common mistakes that intelligent people make with money, drawing on heartfelt stories to identify psychological blind spots that contribute to personal finance difficulties.
How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth—and How You Can Too
Draws on a survey of ten thousand U.S. millionaires to refute myths about wealth that prevent ordinary people from achieving financial independence, and discusses the readily available tools to help in reaching millionaire status.
The Financial Diet
A Total Beginner’s Guide to Getting Good with Money
Offers guidance on personal finance for readers who might be reluctant to bother with the subject, with easy-to-follow advice for budgeting, investing, handling credit, and living a satisfying lifestyle that is still budget conscious.
A Proven Path to All the Money You Will Ever Need
The CNBC-declared “Millennial Millionaire” describes how he transitioned from being broke to wealthy in less than five years, revealing how today’s financial rules are obsolete while outlining counterintuitive, step-by-step tips for making real-world fast money.
Live the Life You Want, Not Just the Life You Can Afford
Offers a step-by-step guide to personal finance, encouraging readers to treat it as a challenge-driven game in order to turn what might otherwise be a tedious chore into a fun process.
Know Yourself, Know Your Money
Discover Why You Handle Money the Way You Do, and What to Do About It!
Counsels readers on how to understand one’s individual strengths and vulnerabilities to establish a healthy relationship with money and set more productive financial goals.
Simple Practices for Reaching Your Financial Goals and Increasing Your Happiness Dividend
Jonathan K. DeYoe
Offers instructions on creating a financial plan that is guided by belief, and shows readers how to save, invest, pay off debt, and fund retirement.
Build Your Wealth in 30 Seconds or Less
Fun and accessible, a handy crash course in personal finance, written by the founder of Napkin Finance, provides a visual learning strategy to help readers master even the most complex financial topics.
The Next Millionaire Next Door
Enduring Strategies for Building Wealth
Thomas J. Stanley
Twenty years after Thomas J. Stanley’s groundbreaking work on self-made affluence, he and his daughter examine the changes in specific decisions, behaviors and characteristics,…