These personal finance resources have all helped me on my own journey, maybe they will help you too!
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Just…good articles about personal finance.
Look past the cheesy intro music (sorry Brad and Jonathan!) and get enthused about achieving financial independence.
Paula Pant has clarity of thinking and is a great explainer.
Ramsey has helped millions of people get out of debt by truly understanding that most of personal finance is behavioral. He frequently reminds listeners how important it is to give and be generous.
The Simple Path to Wealth
This is my recommendation for someone who wants to read one, and only one, book about saving and investing. Collins is an engaging writer and his advice is solid – exactly the approach I’ve followed.
Your Money or Your Life
This book has some big ideas – money as a representation of your life energy, and the true hourly wage are the two I’ve come back to most often.
A Random Walk Down Wall Street
An academic author writing for a lay audience, this book cemented the value of index investing for me.
The Complete Tightwad Gazette
I came of age in the 90s and certainly have a creatively frugal streak, so maybe that’s why this compilation of Dacyzyn’s newsletters appealed to me so much. No question about it, some old-fashioned tightwaddery can put you in the right mindset for upping your investing.