If you’re determined to get control of your money now that we’ve begun a year fresh, here are a few books to help.
Money Smart Mom: Financially Fit Parenting by me! What, you didn’t think I’d recommend my own book? This is a great back to basics guide to the financial issues families deal with.
The Wealthy Barber Returns by David Chilton is an updated version of this classic financial book, and a fantastic starting point.
The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley and William Danko reveals the seven surprising secrets of millionaires.
Debt-Free Forever by Gail Vaz-Oxlade is a great book by the host of Slice’s ‘Til Debt do Us Part.
Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez addresses how you cantransform your relationship with money and as such transform your life.
Smart Couples Finish Rich, Canadian Edition by David Bach is a great book to share with your spouse.
You’re Broke Because You Want to Be by Larry Winget is a Jillian Michaels type motivational book, with no-holds barred advice.
397 Ways to Save Money by Kerry Taylor is a good book to refer to on a regular basis to remind yourself of ways you can cut your spending.