Best Personal Finance Books Of All Time (5 BOOKS THAT CHANGED MY LIFE)

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For each personal finance book, I share the key takeaways, how it changed my life, and why I think you should read it. This is my list of the best personal finance books of all time! If you need personal finance book recommendations, look no further.



I Will Teach You to Be Rich (hilarious how-to book on personal finance for millennials)

Rich Dad Poor Dad (#1 selling personal finance book of all time... need I say more?)

Rich Dad's CASHFLOW Quadrant (Part 2 of Rich Dad Poor Dad)

The 4-Hour Workweek (how to escape your 9-5 and live anywhere)

Think and Grow Rich (the ultimate book on money mindset and wealth consciousness)


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This content is for education and entertainment purposes only. Rose does not provide tax or investment advice. The information is being presented without consideration of the investment objectives, risk tolerance, or financial circumstances of any specific investor and might not be suitable for all investors. Past performance is not indicative of future results. All investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.



💬 Comments on the video

I think my future kids will learn way more from Youtube than from school.

Author — Gilbert Raya


The philosophy of the rich and the poor is this, the rich invest their money and spend what is left. The poor spend their money and invest what is left

Author — jessie lorence


The Richest Man in Babylon is hands down the best book to read for beginners.

Author — melvin johnson


I’m cheap. I get my books from the library.

Author — Dawn T


RICH DAD POOR DAD changed my life financially! Read it being totally broke and a few years later I’m Now I’m a successful real estate investor/business owner and am nearly financially free. When people ask how I did it and where to start I always point them to this book.

Author — Steve Ram


"The Millionaire Next Door" did it for me!

Author — aSlimtube


Can’t wait to see the next one about investing books, I own 3 of these so I’m on the right path for a healthy financial mindset 😁

Author — KSJ0723


If you work for someone, you make them rich. If you work for yourself, you make yourself rich.

Author — Justin Case


The Total Money Makeover changed my life and the way I view finances. I feel it’s a great stepping stone for anyone trying to be financially fit.

Author — Ojay


*Books are great! I average about 18 to 20 books a year on investing, finance or personal development. Rich Dad is on a lot of people's list that changed their life.* 👍

Author — Passive Income Tom


Rich dad poor dad 1:00 1:40
Cash Flow Quadrant 5:40
Four Hour Workweek 8:30
i will teach you to be rich 10:45
Think and grow rich 13:10
None of these books appear to be on her desk.

Author — Ann Onymous


“The Millionaire Next Door” provided a whole new perspective on what a typical millionaire might look like compared to how society defines them! Definitely in my Top 3 for Personal Finance books.

Author — Jordan Savage


Ok I will definitely check out think and grow rich! It’s on my list! I’ve been on my own financial journey a few years now, and above all else, I have to agree that MINDSET is so key! It does sound a little woo-woo... but it is truth!💪🏻👍🏻🔥🔥

Author — Rebecca's Quest to FIRE


Discovered your channel today and I'm totally digging it, and I just followed you on the gram!! Thank you for the helpful content.

Author — judith


The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach is a good book for beginner investors. Another one is The Latte Factor by David Bach.

Author — Joey Carlyle


I just bought "I will teach you to be Rich" and I have read Dave Ramsey's "The Total Money Makeover" which I thought was very helpful for people to get out of debt.

Author — Dr. Stewart Bachan


Hi, I will be turning 65 on the 21st of this month. I have been (unfortunately an "E" type. Just woke up finally to investing. Very new at it. Love what videos I have so far seen of you. Any additional advice you could share for my situation would be appreciated. Thanks for all you do. R/S Curtis.

Author — MrPapaZee


The rich stay rich by making productive moves like investing but personally I recommend you do a background check up on your source before you invest, Ensure you are investing through a solid foundation source to avoid blowing money away

Author — RockFX Acedemy


200% for “I will teach you to be rich!!!!”

Author — Zoe wong


Rich Dad Poor Dad was the one I read right after college and inspired me.

Author — On Borrowed Time