Financial management literacy is critical in our lives because it equips us with excellent skills that we use to manage our daily expenses and spend more efficiently and save a lot of money, which comes handy in the future.
Also, an early retirement is everyone’s dream, but is it practically achievable? The answer is yes. With proper planning of your personal finances, you can attain financial independence at an early age. If you are not sure how to plan things to achieve your goals such as early retirement, saving for emergency funds, getting rid of debts and loans. These amazing books to read are from top writers who talk about all these problems and provide a road map to achieve those.
The Total Money Makeover: Classic Edition: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness
This is the New York Times bestseller book which has sold around 5 million copies. Dave Ramsey is an American finance coach. In this book, he talks about creating a well-set budget and how to save up cash in your bank account. He also talks about saving for emergency funds and early retirement strategies.
Dave Ramsey's Complete Guide To Money: The Handbook of Financial Peace University
This book talks about a lot of money-related tips such as how to start with your budget, how to get rid of debts without losing every penny. This book will answer all the money-related questions of How? What? Who?
Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!
This is a classic book from the '90s. This is a story of two dads and how they thought their kid (Robert) about money and investment. This book shows a perfect example of how to work for money and how to let money works for you to achieve a long time and short time money goals.
Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook
This is the number one New York Times bestseller by the Tony Robbins. He provides a step-by-step process to transform your financial life and help you towards achieving financial freedom. This book is a huge eye-opener into the financial world. You'll probably find yourself looking at investment opportunities before you've even finished the book.
Rich Dad's CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom
This is a great go-to-book after Rich Dad, Poor Dad. It provides a step-by-step guide to financial freedom. Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant is for those who are looking to do something with their wealth without thinking about their job. This book goes into more detail on the kind of person you have to become and the individual adjustments you have to begin before you can ever hope to become positively wealthy and successful.