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Top 5 Financial Education Books to read in 2019

Many people struggle their whole lives when it comes to achieving financial freedom. With these Top 5 Financial Education books, you are one step ahead in gaining the financial knowledge needed in order to break out of the rat race. Read on in order to become debt-free, create some savings and start investing in order to build passive income – or simply be more conscious about how you handle your finances.

Top 5 Financial Education Books:

1. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki is a pioneer when it comes to teaching about financial education. With this classic work on financial mindset, saving habits, investment and general attitude towards you are sure to make a first step towards your financial freedom.

2. Choose Yourself by James Altucher

This bestseller is your go-to book for financial, emotional and personal wellbeing. It not only vividly paints the current economic situation, but also gives clear examples on how to succeed financially and do what you love. Also, it’s a bargain!

3. MONEY – Master the Game by Tony Robbins

You might have seen Tony Robbins on magazine covers or from podcasts. And for a good reason. With simple tactics and easy to understand instructions he lays out what it takes to reach financial freedom – for you and your families.

4. The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley/William Danko

This book takes a somewhat different approach comparing to other personal finance books. By doing year-long research on America’s wealthiest people, Stanley and Danko compiled a work full of knowledge, experience and tactics used by millionaires. It is a bestseller for a reason – you won’t regret reading it – and not only applicable to America’s millionaires.

5. Why Didn’t They Teach Me This In School by Cary Siegel

Personally, this is a book which resonates strongly with me. Which was at first intended as a financial education guide to her children, it quickly became a useful guide for everyone who wants to effectively manage their own money. With 99 easy to read money handling principles, the author lies out what it takes in order to succeed in a world where we are constantly being invited to spend more than we have – without any clear education on personal finance.

Do you read financial education books? Have any favourites I should mention or forgot to add? Please let me know! I would love to hear what you are reading.
Also, if you are interested in the topic, check out my Why Financial Education Matters article.

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