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Who Wants to be a Millionaire? 7 Books To Help You Save Those Pennies

In Human Interest, Lists, Personal Finance by Cierra Loften0 Comments

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Okay, so who doesn’t want to be financially comfortable? That’s a dream that is in the minds of many people all over the world. The truth of the matter is, even though money isn’t everything, it sure helps to stay afloat and be able to live and survive. Check out these seven books that may give you some practical tips on how to save money and be smarter about your financial decisions.

1. The Smartest Money Book You’ll Ever Read by Daniel R. Solin

A great personal finance book to have on your shelf. The author gives tips specifically targeting investments, managing your 401K and making the best decisions for your future retirement.

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2. The New Money Book of Personal Finance by Money Magazine

An all-in-one guide that your pockets and bank account will thank you for buying. This guide is filled with tips and suggestions on how to borrow money the right way, as well as the correct and most efficient way to save.

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3. The Little Book of Big Savings by Ellie Kay

Ellie Kay gives practical examples of ways that every ordinary person can use to save money. It surely adds up!

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4. The Only Budgeting Book You’ll Ever Need by Tere Stouffer

The title says it all, doesn’t it? A helpful book to use to learn all about the best ways you and your family can budget.

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5. The Money Saving Mom’s Budget by Crystal Paine

Realistic ways that all mothers (and dads) can use to ensure that the kids have all they need, family household items are taken care of, bills are paid, and parents have their entertainment budgeted in there too.

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6. Extreme Couponing by Joni Meyer-Crothers with Beth Adelman

Maybe you have seen the show Extreme Couponing on TLC and have mixed thoughts about it. One of those thoughts may be, ‘Do people really do this? When do they have the time to cut out and search for all these coupons?’ That’s a good question, though it is super satisfying to see them at the register and watch their total get smaller and smaller. A lot of these goods that are bought are often donated to charities. which makes extreme couponing even more awesome. Check out this guide by some of the best ladies in the couponing sport if you’re interested in making coupons a more regular part of your shopping experiences!

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7. Effortless Savings: A Money Management Guide To Saving Without Sacrifice by Richard Syrop

Sure, everyone would love to save money, however not all of us know the best ways to do that. Especially as everything seems to get more and more expensive. This book is a smart guide to have because it shows the average Joe how to implement certain money behaviors into their everyday lives that will sooner or later pay off!

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