10 Responses to Required Reading: 20 Books to Boost Your Financial Literacy

  1. Rich says:

    Cashflow Quadrant definitely changed my view of not only being more financially literate but also in my entrepreneurial endeavors.

  2. John Simons, editorial director-personal finance says:

    Okay… You’re referring to “Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom,” by Robert T. Kiyosaki. People seem to really love his series of “Rich Dad” books. Someone gave me a copy of his first book, and it’s sitting in a pile of must-reads. I’ll get to it someday. Thanks for the heads-up, “Rich”.

  3. In addition to the recommendations in this post, I also believe that everyone should read the classic “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley. That book literally changed my outlook on money, my attitude toward work, and my lifestyle goals.

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  5. Keith says:

    Thanks for the advice and being blunt about it. I have learned to read and also take notes and study the things I learn as I read. It has helped me tremendously. Thanks!

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