Money

Book reviews all about managing your money. Whether it’s saving, spending, investing, paying down debt, getting general financial education or going into more advanced subjects, these books will help you become a better Chief Financial Officer of your own money.

Designing Your Life – Use This Book To Reach Financial Independence

This past week I read the book “Designing Your Life – How To Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life” by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans. It was recommended by a fellow blogger, although I can’t find who it was now (note – if it was you, drop me a comment so I can update this post …

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The Tipping Point – Can We Make Financial Literacy Go Viral?

What’s the secret to something going viral? What causes “the latest thing” to go from early adopters into the mainstream? Why is it that back in 2008 almost no one had a smartphone, and today everyone has one? Malcolm Gladwell lets you in on the secret in “The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make …

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Frugal Isn’t Cheap- Spend Less, Save More, and Live BETTER

This week I’m reviewing “Frugal Isn’t Cheap: Spend Less, Save More, and Live BETTER” by Clare Levison, CPA. Note – The link to the book is an affiliate link. If you buy the book, I’ll receive a small commission at no cost to you. Thanks for supporting the site! The book opens with Clare checking …

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