5 Personal Finance Books Every Woman Should Read

Reading is something that I have l loved since I was a kid and it is such a great way to take in new information, see things from a different point of view, and learn about a topic that you are not familiar with.  The vast majority of my financial knowledge came from reading books.  

I had a few what I will call learning experiences in my early 20s, as many do, and it taught me that I still had a lot to learn about managing my finances.  

I started reading. 

Now that I own and operate my own business, I have had to expand my financial knowledge even more.  Between taxes, cash flow, hiring, and so on there is so much that I had no clue about.  

I started reading.  

I also hired an accountant and a lawyer but needed to read just so I could have a clue regarding the topics they were talking to me about!

Whether you own a business, work as an independent contractor, or are simply and employee, understanding the best way to manage your finances is crucial. 

To continue our discussion on all things financial, I wanted to share with you 5 books that have made an impact on me in my financial journey.

Each of the five books listed above had a great impact on me, my financial journey, and my understanding of personal finance.  I will include links to the books below in case you're interested in checking them out. 

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J Stanley & William D Danko

Women & Money by Suze Orman

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Smart Women Finish Rich by David Bach

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