New Money Books for 2016

New Money Books for 2016

These New Money Books will get your 2016 back on track.  If you have you already given up on your money goals; or are unsure how to achieve your money goals, you need to read money books! For individuals and small businesses, each book will teach you something different. Be educated. Be inspired.

1. Debt Free – Curt Snow
2. JK Lasser’s Your income Tax 2016: For preparing your 2015 Tax Return
3. Warren Buffett: 48 Empowering Lessons – Anthony Clark
4. Make 2016 Your best Year Ever: Revisit, Review, Refocus, Renew – Joyce Reid
5. Amazon Box Set: Become Prosperous with Top 10 Ultimate Items that will bring you an Annual profit of over $66,000 – Scott Green and Logan Moore
6. Trading for a Living: Simple Strategies to make money from Home – Matthew R. Kratter

1. Debt Free – Curt Snow

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Being in debt is like serving a prison sentence. With this well-rounded, but simple financial planning guide, you can take steps towards keeping your debts in check. This is a useful book that offers easy methods on avoiding debt, and is especially handy for young people who are just starting to build their credit history. You will also find some amusing and out-of-the-box debt management tips, like choosing friends wisely and other minor spending habits to avoid.

2. JK Lasser’s Your income Tax 2016: For preparing your 2015 Tax Return

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Taxes are due, like NOW. Behind on them? Looking for a guide to income taxes that is comprehensive, but explained in simple language for the layperson? Lasser’s book is the way to go. Whether you are doing your own income taxes or working with an accountant, it helps to not be entirely in the dark about the process. Tax professionals will also find this book to be a handy reference, especially when there is a need to explain certain topics to clients.

3. Warren Buffett: 48 Empowering Lessons – Anthony Clark

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Clark’s book on Warren Buffett, the worlds greatest investor ever, is written for light and easy reading when you don’t feel like digesting a whole success guide. Organized into concise chapters packed with gems of wisdom and anecdotal accounts from the renowned investment guru, all essential lessons on success at work and life are covered, including achieving goals, overcoming hardship, managing finance and integrity. This is an informative guide to have around for some accessible and enlightening advice.

4. Make 2016 Your best Year Ever: Revisit, Review, Refocus, Renew – Joyce Reid

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Contrary to what the title may suggest, this is not a New Year’s resolution planer, but a guide on setting and achieving targets for your gift basket business. While written with the gift basket industry in mind, the guidelines provided are more general and can be applied to any small business. For small business owners, this book is a useful reference if you want to run an analysis of your business and make plans for growth. Jump ahead in 2016 with this quick start.

5. Amazon Box Set: Become Prosperous with Top 10 Ultimate Items that will bring you an Annual profit of over $66,000 – Scott Green and Logan Moore

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Amazon is more than just the biggest online mall to find everything from A to Z; for e-entrepreneurs, it can be a profitable business outlet. This box set contains comprehensive and updated information regarding selling on Amazon. You will learn how to start a business on Amazon from scratch and marketing strategies that get your products noticed. This box set is truly an indispensible tool for anyone serious about e-commerce and chooses to use Amazon as a platform.

6. Trading for a Living: Simple Strategies to make money from Home – Matthew R. Kratter

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What to do with profit? The answer is usually invest it.
For a complete novice, learning trading options can be overwhelming. In his book, Amazon best-selling author Kratter breaks down the complex process into easy to follow directions. Unlike some trading gurus, the author does not promote any training or services in the book, but offers factual and detailed real-world guidance. If you want a trading guide that can be easily understood the first time around, Trading for a Living is that book to start.

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Financial Independence: 8 Books to Help You Become Financially Independent and Retire Early

Financial Independence: 8 Books to Help You Become Financially Independent and Retire Early

Financial independence is defined as having the freedom to do what you want, when you want. Being financially independent means you don’t have to work. Any work you have to do will not seem like work or interfere in your daily life. Financial independence and early retirement are possible, if you have access to the right resources and you’re able to take the necessary steps.

To become financially independent, you have to have the great self discipline. Its certainly not easy, but anything that is easy to get isn’t cherished, and if it was easy, everyone would be dong it. If you’re willing to do what it takes, here are the best books on retiring early, taking care of your personal finances and achieving financial independence.

Financial Independence: 8 Books to Help You Become Financially Independent and Retire Early

1. Your Money or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence – Vicki Robin

financial independenceIn Your Money or Your Life, money is introduced from a refreshingly new perspective. The book argues that you are currently making a “dying”, as opposed to making a “living”. A 9-step process is introduced to get you back on track toward living a fulfilled life through smart spending and financial independence.

2. The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy – Thomas J. Stanley

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(As featured in How To Become Rich: 5 Top Books For Wealth Creation and Success)

Creating wealth is sort of like dieting. Everybody wants the end result but the discipline to achieve that result is usually lacking. Through research into U.S. households with a net worth of $1 million or more, authors Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko identify that most individuals have a low net wealth compared to their income.  They then provide advice to help people achieve a higher net worth compared to their income.

3. The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke – Suze Orman

financial independenceHow many people graduate from high school and even college without knowing the basics of financial literacy – deciphering credit ratings, maintaining and balancing a bank account, getting through college with a minimum of student debt, making the most of that first job and, eventually, buying a home and planning for retirement?
Orman strives to close this “financial illiteracy” gap by providing invaluable info for those just starting out.

4. I Will Teach You To Be Rich – Ramit Sethi

financial independenceRamit starts with the premise that most people are so overwhelmed by the sheer amount of financial information available that they just shut down and do nothing. So Ramit tells you exactly what to do with your money and why, if you want to gain that illusive financial independence.

5. A Random Walk Down Wall Street: The Time-Tested Strategy for Successful Investing – Burton G. Malkiel

financial independenceBurton Malkiel’s A Random Walk Down Wall Street is well known to be one of the modern classics on stock investing. It explains how investors make the same mistakes over and over again, and how you can avoid those mistakes. If you want to understand how the stock market works, and decide for yourself if you should be investing in index mutual funds or picking stocks, this book is a must-read.

6. Total Money MakeoverDave Ramsey

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If you’re looking for a motivational book when it comes to your personal finances, this is the one! It’s fun, informative and actually has follow up books if you wish to read more.

7. The Richest Man in Babylon – George Clason

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This book is a series of parables about money written in the 1920s by George Clason. They were written as individual essays of a few thousand words, but the theme throughout them is consistent — save 10% of your money, give 10% away, use 10% to reduce your debt load, and live on the remaining 70%. The book also insists that charitable giving is important, provided you don’t allow those two whom you give to become dependent upon your gifts.

8. Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! –  Robert T. Kiyosaki

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Rich Dad Poor Dad is the very best book available for those who want to become wealthy or at the very least, attain a moderate level of financial independence.