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best personal financial books for beginners

Best Personal Financial Books For Beginners

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Best Personal Financial Books For Beginners Introduction

We have created the following list of the 5 Best Personal Financial Books for Beginners, so that you have a great short list to choose from to either begin your financial education journey, or build upon and enhance it.

Reading financial books or e-books is a great way to improve your financial knowledge and financial literacy, and thereafter your overall financial position in life, and all of these best personal financial books for beginners will help you do just that!

Why You Should Consider Reading All These Best Personal Financial Books For Beginners

If you have decided to increase your financial literacy, or are trying to break free of debt, or living from pay packet to pay packet, or even thinking about trying to build your net wealth, then reading as many books about money, saving, budgeting, money management and investing will certainly help you improve your financial situation and future, and set you up for a more prosperous path and potentially start you on the road to financial freedom.

The great thing about reading personal financial books is that there are so many of them available, with new and fresh publications being published each and every week.

You don't need to just read one book either, you can choose as many as you want, I have read all 5 of these best personal financial books for beginners, and many dozens more as well.

Although finance can sometimes be considered as a dull or dry subject matter, many of the books nowadays are written with a slight sense of humour or at least an air of fun, with what can be a dull subject if you are not that way inclined.

So, without further ado, below are my top 5 best personal financial books for beginners to read.

And whilst I don't necessarily agree with everything each author says on all occasions as you probably won't either, the general thrust and direction of the authors thinking and guidance is well understood and gives you a perfectly good background to make your own financial decisions going forward based on an increased collective knowledge from reading all of these books.


The Best Financial Books for Beginners


Master The Art Of Money- Phil Bellamy

Everybody should strive to attain a certain level of financial literacy and become equipped with the skills, knowledge, and ability, to understand money and how the system works. This is one of the best financial books for beginners this year.

By becoming financially literate, you will be in control of making your own smart financial decisions, and therefore not falling prey to the system. You will have money work hard for you, instead of you working hard for it.

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How to own the world - Andrew Craig


'Opinionated and always packed with information' Mirror

Discover the money secret understood by virtually every rich person in history. Turn hundreds into millions through the power of compound interest.

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Stock market investing for beginners - William Bradford

The Investment Guide - How to benefit from the crisis, invest in stocks and generate long-term passive income incl. ETF and Stock Picking Checklist.

Stock Market Investing For Beginners is a Guide to Start and invest in the Stock Market. This book offers you solutions that not only preserve the value of your money but also drive its exponential growth. 

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Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teens - Robert Kiyosaki

You’re never too young to learn the language of money… and the lessons that rich dad taught Robert. Like it or not, money is a part of our everyday lives and the more we understand it, the better the chance that we can learn to have our money work hard for us—instead of working hard for money all our lives. That starts with learning the language of money.

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Rich Dad Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki

Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert's story of growing up with two dads — his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad — and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.

We hope you have found something of interest in our best financial books for beginners shortlist, with plenty of overall guidance with the Master the Art of Money book, going from how money was created through the ages to understanding the basics about financial products and savings accounts and investments, and ultimately how to create a road map to your own financial freedom from using the “Think Save Invest Repeat” strategy.

Andrew Craig's how to own the world is a strategy that we use personally on money mentor and have enjoyed our portfolio's growth over the years from owning a little bit of everything, in order to balance our portfolios as suggested by Andrew in his book.

A must read for anybody thinking of investing in the stock market and doesn't have a strategy of their own is William Bradford’s stock market investing for beginners.

And finally, the Rich Dad Poor Dad books describe Robert’s story of growing up with two dads, his real father and the father of his best friend, also known as his rich dad.

The way these two "dads" looked at money and felt about money and thereafter educated Robert growing up through his early years and into his early adult life, is really interesting and although some of the subjects seem a little odd perhaps to us, the overall gist of the story and the way he deals with failure and success and the bigger picture of money and how to reach financial freedom is really interesting, and I certainly recommend rich dad poor dad for anyone looking for motivation on how to change their current financial circumstances, and most definitely a must read on our best financial books for beginners list.

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