50 Books for 2014

December 31, 2013

I’m on a mission to help bloggers create 50 books in 2014. Why? When I self-published last spring I had a reason to write (and finish) a book – the launch of the Debt Movement. Without that deadline the Debt Heroes book wouldn’t exist. During the process I met amazing people, learned a ton, and […]

Personal Finance Books on Sale

November 11, 2013

How long do you think it takes to write a personal finance book? How long would it take you to write a book on something that you’re really passionate about? What you don’t realize until you get deep into a book project is that you, the author, tend to make the whole process of writing […]

Top 10 Books for the Unemployed

June 12, 2013

Few of us like the idea of being unemployed. Looking for work is difficult and demoralizing. However, it can also open up new avenues. Many people use their time without a job to improve themselves and look for new opportunities. If you are looking for inspiration, or just looking for helpful hints, here are 10 […]

Money Rules by Jean Chatzky

April 5, 2012

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a rulebook you could check for every money decision you were struggling with? Well Jean Chatzky wants to help you with that. She recently came out with a new book called “Money Rules” that’s different than your average personal finance book.  It’s a collection of the money rules […]

The Complete Guide to Prosper Review – Will Prosper.com Revolutionize America?

March 6, 2008

The first chapter in a new book about lending and borrowing on Prosper is entitled “How & Why Prosper.com Will Revolutionize America”.  The book is called “The Complete Guide to Prosper” and is authored by Sean Bauer, a borrower, lender, and group leader on Prosper. It’s nice to see an author enthusiastic about the topic […]

Personal Finance Books for Winter Reading

December 11, 2007

Not sure what you’re going to do this winter as you’re hibernating the cold weather away?  Five Cent Nickel put together a great list of the top personal finance books according to 12 different financial bloggers.  My recommendation was The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, here is what I had to say about it: I’d […]

Seven Major Obstacles to Financial Success from the Quiet Millionaire

October 29, 2007

One of the most important steps towards building wealth is learning what NOT to do.  If you can avoid the biggest pitfalls then you have a much better chance of being successful. As I read through the Quiet Millionaire I ran across a list of things that can be damaging to our personal finances.  I’ve […]

The Quiet Millionaire – What is Important about Money to You?

October 22, 2007

What is a Quiet Millionaire?  I’m not exactly sure yet but I imagine I’ll figure it out as I read the book the Quiet Millionaire – A Guide for Accumulating and Keeping Your Wealth by Brett Wilder. The publisher sent me a copy of the book to review and I broke it open this weekend. […]

Are the Rich Necessary – A Non Book Review

October 10, 2007

Do you ever drive through a neighborhood with million dollar homes and wonder what the people that own them do for a living?  Do you ever look at Berkshire Hathaway stock and think to yourself “how in the world did Warren Buffet make all that money”?  Rich people are a bit of a mystery to […]

Personal Finance Books That Made A Difference For Me

August 16, 2007

The Frugal Law Student recently asked if I would share which personal finance books had inspired me.  I don’t know if inspired is the word I’d choose but The Millionaire Next Door and Smart Couples Finish Rich were the first to come to mind for the reasons I describe below: The Millionaire Next DoorI think […]

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