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It’s Called Work for a Reason

This is a well written, easy to read book that contains a wealth of great information. Larry's style is in your face, confrontational. And no doubt some of what he says will rub you the wrong way, most of it is right on target. He starts with the basics. If you are looking to place fault, find a mirror. He has a lot of fun attacking many of the stupid things businesses do. He constantly tells us to stop and think about what we are doing and make sure the why we are doing it makes sense. Good advice for so many businesses we are all forced to deal with on a daily basis.

Your Money or Your Life

There's a big difference between "making a living" and making a life. Do you spend more than you earn? Does making a living feel more like making a dying? Do you dislike your job but can't afford to leave it? Is money fragmenting your time, your relationships with family and friends? If so, Your Money or Your Life is for you. From this inspiring book, learn how to, get out of debt and develop savings, reorder material priorities and live well for less, resolve inner conflicts between values and lifestyles, convert problems into opportunities to learn new skill, attain a wholeness of livelihood and lifestyle, and much more.

Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money

This book will tell you some things that you don't want to hear like a house is not an asset. That financial literacy is different from educational literacy. That your income is not your wealth. Investors are different from savers and so on. Robert explains that cash flow is what determines your wealth.

The Total Money Makeover

"Winning at money is 80 percent behavior and 20 percent head knowledge." So states Ramsey, author and radio show host, offering a comprehensive plan to get out of debt and achieve financial fitness. Our current financial position represents the sum total of the decisions we've made to this point, he tells us, and we must take personal responsibility for our financial problems.

The Millionaire Next Door

This book is a study of the America millionaires. The results tell that most millionaires are hard working people, as eighty percent of America's millionaires are first-generation rich. They became millionaires by budgeting and controlling expenses, and they maintain their affluent status the same way. The conclusion is that anyone can do it, with planning and determination.