Best Money-Saving Books You Should Read Right Now

Best Money-Saving Books You Should Read Right Now
Written by Oana Schneider

Hello, everyone! There are so many ways to find money-saving ideas that sometimes we overlook the most important source: the books!  If you are currently reading a love novel but will also like to save some money, how about you try one of these books?

Just think of it as a love story where the main character is money and you’re all good to go! Most of these authors are self-taught, meaning that they learned the important lessons the hard way! Check out the best money-saving books anyone should read and start saving money!

I Will Teach You to Be Rich

If you are thinking about attending a seminar on money-saving techniques but don’t have the money, you are in luck! This book is a very fun and helpful aid for those interested in maximizing their revenue and living a better life, ultimately.

Written in a laidback manner, the book centers on a six-week journey during which the author is trying to save as much money as possible. You will see what the struggles are, how to decide what to buy without sacrificing on quality, what to do when it comes to gifts and many other things!

The Automatic Millionaire

This book is interesting because it shows you just how much money you are wasting on the food you throw away, items around the house that you never use and online coupons you never bothered to search for.

Also, you will find out about the true influence of money and what it can buy, from really small items to power.Unless you are planning on taking over the world, we suggest you take notes on the small items matter. And there is a question you have to ask yourself: can small savings make me financially strong or should I just pay the full price? Come on, you know the answer!

People should take every opportunity they can to save money because it really adds up, and the best way I know to do that is to make your savings automatic. ― David Bach

Women and Money

Well, isn’t this interesting! This is not a sexist book, teaching women how to wear fewer pairs of shoes! In fact, it’s a book about empowered women, ladies who want to because financially independent without sacrificing on their lifestyle, happiness, friends and hobbies.

And no, it’s not a book that will turn you into an old soul; on the contrary! You will find out how to improve your finances, be more confident and still be who you are, which is a big thing!

 You’re so Money

This book was written mainly to help students overcome their financial problems and come to terms with their realistic possibilities. A book like this is important because it focuses on a class of people that have just discovered their financial independence and has a slight tendency to overspend.

Also, the way to start out your adult life, financially-speaking, will determine who you are as an adult, so you may want to purchase it! Dealing with college loans, taking a job, finding an apartment and many other subjects are analyzed in this book.

Debt-Free by 30

Jason Anthony and Karl Cluck have a very funny and interesting way of talking about money! You don’t feel overwhelmed by your debt or weak in the face of taxes! Why by this book?

There are many reasons: pay off your debt, make smart money decisions, learn how to invest your money and become more organized. Also, it offers help with everyday decisions like buying a car, renting an apartment, attending a wedding and so on. If you’re in your twenties, this book is definitely for you!

Some people crave the false sense of empowerment shopping provides. Others use it to relieve bedroom boredom. Still others view it as a harmless vice and shrug it off as a “retail therapy,” a quick fix that ultimately can turn out to be seriously bad medicine.

Beating the Street

In this book, Peter Lynch explains how to manage a company’s financial situation without feeling overwhelmed or under a lot of pressure. There are a few steps you have to take in order to make sure that your business is financially safe in today’s economy.

And the best thing about it is that it doesn’t matter if your business is a small startup or a big company because the basics are the same ones! The book can also be interesting for those who are thinking about opening up a business and want to be on top of their financial management.

Seven Money Rules for Life

No matter your age, this book will offer many answers regarding retirement funds, investments, everyday expenses, and financial future. It’s also a great insight for young students interested in seeing what life is all about when it comes to money.

Mary Hunt’s 7 rules are very general, but in this books she explains each and every one of them thoroughly, so that everyone understands why it is important to spend money on some items and save on others. If you have a friend who’s been overspending like crazy, make this book their Christmas gift!

Even when I’d get the ugly call from the bank, I never thought of myself as being overdrawn, I was just under-deposited. – Mary Hunt

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Robert T. Kiyosaki starts by asking us to think about what rich people tell their kids about money and what poor people fail to! If you think about it, it makes total sense to make sure your child’s relationship with money is a sane one, so this book is great for all parents!

Plus, it’s such a great and light narration that you will just feel good reading, not to mention take notes and really take its advice! And here’s a wild idea: what if both you and your kids read it? This way, you can see what they think about money!

Winners are not afraid of losing. But losers are. Failure is part of the process of success. People who avoid failure also avoid success. – Robert T. Kiyosaki

The Behavior Gap

What a great lesson on consumerism this book is! You will find out why we buy things that we don’t need, why there are so many hoarders out there and how our generation lost its emotional stability, replacing it with things instead of experiences.

But the discussion grows even bigger: behind all the useless accessories we buy, there is an urge for realizing what is correct and what is not, which we think you might be interested in, so don’t miss this book!

The Millionaire Mind

This book is a collection of questions and answers given by the world’s wealthiest people to show everybody else what really make rich people be, well, rich!

You will see how they relate to their fortune, what it means for them to work and what they plan on doing after retirement. Also, it’s interested to see where they would want their money to go after they die. This book will change your perspective on money, life, and wealthy people, for sure!

Life and money go hand in hand, so you better learn how to juggle with both of them. You have to enjoy life and you need to stay away from debt, so you may need a little help! Buy any of these money-saving books and let it guide you, financially-speaking!

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About the author

Oana Schneider

Oana Schneider is a published author located in Chicago, Illinois and was part of our team as a communication specialist and blog editor. She writes about lifestyle, family budget and has a degree in Communications.


  • I have actually read The Automatic Millionaire and found a lot of the lessons to be very helpful indeed, and I will certainly be trying to incorporate many of them into my daily life. Sometimes, we just need to take a step back and think about what we can change, and these books can give us a different type of perspective that we can learn from. So I will be getting some of the books that you have recommended, to see if they can work for me.

  • Thank you for these book suggestions. I’m sure they will be helpful. I am an aspiring entrepreneur, so I am reading many different books in order to find the best tactics for building my business.

  • It’s great to find some new books to read. Even if someone is pretty good with saving money, there’s always opportunities to learn new things. I consider myself a very frugal person and good saver, but I know I need help with learning how to invest. I want to learn how to grow my money and I’m trying to make this a priority for my children too. Thanks for sharing this list.

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