Dave Ramsey writes a book called The Total Money Makeover, and he uses his radio talk show wit and personality to preach about the importance of working hard and paying what you owe to avoid debt. The best way to get wealthy is to stay out of debt no matter what and to always pay cash. Because paying with credit is the road to debt and financial ruin, for every small step with credit is like sinking into a deeper hole. Also, he advises to save 1000 dollars and pay off all debts so that there will be nothing there lurking and keeping you from making your big bucks. Using tips of motivation and encouragement, Ramsey provides a guidebook that can really help with personal finance in a big way.
Denise and Alan Fields team up to write Baby Bargains: Secrets to Saving 20% and 50% on Baby Furniture, Gear, Clothes, Toys, Maternity Wear, and Much, Much More! This novel is targeted to couples expecting a new baby and hoping to get their finances geared up and ready for the new commitment headed their way. There are many thing and needs that go along with a new baby and this novel helps you really manage what is to come by helping you buy things at good costs and get good deals on the essentials. The book sifts out the important investments from the things that aren't that essential, such as extremely expensive blankets or bottles and thus helps you avoid wastes of money.
Suze Orman writes The Money Class, a book that discusses the American Dream of wanting to have home, family, a job, and then eventual retirement that can all be met with security and a sense of financial freedom. In this book she talks about how people must be truthful about their wants and that will help inform all of one's personal choices. She emphasizes the importance of confidence that comes from working hard and knowing that we must take care of the present. This book will help you really get sight of your dreams and figure out just what it is that you need to prioritize when working on your dreams and will lead you to financial success and freedom.
For women, Mika Brzezinski writes Knowing Your Value: Women, Money, and Getting What You're Worth. This novel discusses the ways in which women can obtain their recognition in an often man dominated world. This book is good for women as it discusses the way in which men perceive the moves that women make so that you can get a comprehensive perspective of how all parties thing. This also includes many stories that are woven with research about important issues like equal pay as well as a variety of other important issues.
Joanie Demer and Heather Wheeler write Pick Another Checkour Lane, Honey: Save Big Money and Make the Grocery Aisle your Catwalk! This book has many tips that help one save money and do things like use coupons and other methods that can really help you save money. Plus, the book is written in an engaging and humorous way so that you can also have fun while figuring out ways that can help you save money.
Roberto Sedycias works as an IT consultant for PoloMercantil