Reading List: Financial Literacy Month
What are you reading this Financial Literacy Month?
Here are a few of our favourite personal finance books, by Canadian authors, to help you better understand your savings, take charge of your finances and understand everything you need to know about your financial responsibilities.
Stop Overthinking Your Money! by Preet Banerjee
Banerjee explains that you really only need to know 20 percent of the personal finance information that is out there. He provides five simple rules of what to focus on to take charge of your money and be financially successful.
The Moolala Guide to Rockin' Your RRSP by Bruce Sellery
Sellery provides five simple steps, combined with interactive exercises, to help you get a handle on your retirement savings. The Moolala Guide will help transform the way you think about your retirement.
Wealthing Like Rabbits: An Orginal Introduction to Personal Finance by Robert R. Brown
Brown provides insight and advice on various personal finance topics, everything from retirement savings to credit cards and debt. The book is written in a way as to not make personal finance sound boring!
The Wealthy Barber Returns by David Chilton
Chilton provides insight on various well-known personal finance lessons, which he says are lessons that have become lost in today's world of descending savings and ascending debt. He helps make personal finance less intimidating for the average Canadian!
What personal finance books are you reading?