Lately, I’ve been working on updating our personal finance books at the library. Lots of those classic titles and authors you’ve heard of have updated versions, so I’ve been purchasing newer editions and taking out the old, outdated material. No matter which titles sound good to you, you want the most up-to-date resources when it comes to dealing with finances in today’s economy! Here are some of the new and updated finance books you can find on our nonfiction shelves!
- Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki. The original book was published in 1997, but this updated version came out in 2017. We also own it on CD audiobook.
- The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley. This twentieth anniversary edition was published in 2016.
- Smart Women Finish Rich by David Bach. This updated edition came out in 2018.
- The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach. Newly updated and expanded, this edition was published in 2016.
- The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle. This tenth anniversary edition came out in 2017.
- Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins. This edition has been updated for 2016.
- I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi. This tenth anniversary edition came out in 2019.
- Smart Couples Finish Rich by David Back. This 2018 edition is updated and revised.
And, of course, we have some brand new titles, too. You may be interested in:
- Everyday Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth – And How You Can, Too by Chris Hogan (2019).
- Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together by Erin Lowry (2017).
- Broke Millennial Takes on Investing by Erin Lowry (2019).
- Financial Freedom: A Proven Path to All the Money You Will Ever Need by Grant Sabatier (2019).
- Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations with Your Parents About Their Finances by Cameron Huddleston (2019).
- Work Optional: Retire Early the Non-Penny Pinching Way by Tanja Hester (2019).
No matter which resources you choose for your personal finance needs, the smart financial choice is to check these books out for free at your library!
— Abby Johnson, Collection Development Leader