Five Financial Books to Add to Your 2012 Reading List

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Posted on 01/16/2012

Did you resolve to read more in 2012? Or set a goal to get your finances in order? Then this list is for you. Here are five great financial books to add to your 2012 reading plan. These books won’t bore you or bog you down. Instead they’ll entertain and inspire you to be better with your biggest assets: your money and your time.


Yes! Energy: The Equation to Do Less, Make More By Loral Langemeier Loral Langemeier is the author behind bestsellers like The Millionaire Maker and in February she’s launching a new title: Yes! Energy: The Equation to Do Less, Make More. This looks like it will be a good book to add to your financial library if you’re trying to attract abundance in all areas of your life. An entrepreneur and speaker as well, Langemeier reveals her formula for achieving financial freedom in her latest book.


Money Saving Mom’s Budget: Slash Your Spending, Pay Down Your Debt, Streamline Your Life, and Save Thousands a Year By Crystal Paine
First time author Crystal Paine just released her new book, Money Saving Mom's Budget: Slash Your Spending, Pay Down Your Debt, Streamline Your Life, and Save Thousands a Year based on the advice she doles out regularly on her popular blog, Money Saving Mom. The book aims to help women take control of their finances with helpful tips about slashing your grocery bill, never paying retail and becoming debt free.


Greedy Bastards by Dylan Ratigan
MSNBC financial expert Dylan Ratigan is mad about government corruption and corporate communism—so mad that he decided to write a book about it. Greedy Bastards was just released on January 10 with hopes of sparking passionate debate about the moves that will fix our country’s financial problems ranging from the health care industry to the education system.


Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens: The Secrets About Money—That You Don’t Learn in School! By Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki is already a bestselling author, but now he’s taking his message to a new audience: teens. If you’ve got a teen or you are one, this is definitely one you should add to your 2012 reading list. The book comes out in February and explores Kiyosaki’s relationship with money as he learned it from his two fathers.


All In Good Time: When to Save, Stock Up, and Schedule Everything for Your Home By
Tara Kuczykowski

Not only does the Money Saving Mom have a new book, but so does Deal Seeking Mom Tara Kuczykowski. All In Good Time delves into the premise that there is a financial season for almost every task, whether it’s remodeling your kitchen or running your dishwasher. If you’re wasting a few bucks or a few minutes, it all adds up over time and Kuczykowski provides the secrets for organizing your life and finances.


By Alison Storm


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