All of these books have helped me become better at taking care of my money.
In my opinion, Rich Dad Poor Dad is the #1 book to read when you are learning about your finances. It 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.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey is one of the most powerful positive thinking books I’ve ever read. Although it’s aimed at teens, the values and tips can apply to anyone. I found the 7 habits helped me set goals and stick to them, improving my relationships and my work life.
This is a complete guide to the Tax Free Savings Account written in a clear, easy to understand way. Gordon Pape tells you how to get the most out of this valuable tax tool which you should have in your tool box.
Automatic is one of my favorite ideas for saving and this book takes it to the ultimate level. Your goal may not to become a millionaire, but the ideas in this book can get you there if you start now. And if you are not starting early, it’s ok, because this book will help you kick start your savings.