Add these personal finance gems to your summer reading list and soak in some evergreen advice on all things money.
There are plenty of resources online to help you learn about investing, but print still has value. Read these books to learn the fundamentals.
Buying books for booklovers is hard (they'd rather choose). Instead of another gift card, give them something fun that makes reading even better.
Your local library shares a lot more than books and old movies these days. Find out what you're missing by not renewing your library card.
If you're looking to deepen your personal finance knowledge, you'll profit by reading any of these six in depth and clearly written books.
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Reading means books, and books mean a storage problem. Keep your favorites close with one of these affordable, nice-looking book storage solutions.
If you still haven't purchased all of this semester's books and your book budget is almost bust, visit one of these discount book websites.
Keep an eye out for Amazon's new Matchbook! It will allow you to buy ebook versions of hard copies you've purchased from them for under $3!
Textbooks can cost you thousands of dollars over the course of your college career. Keep costs down with these tips.
Around the world people are creating their own book exchanges. Learn how to find them, score cheap books, and meet your neighbors.
The popular story takes place in what might seem like a very different society, but it has many real-world lessons.
From the USDA's out-of-print Home and Garden Bulletins to classic kids' books, Some of the best resources for frugality are decidedly low-tech.
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Muggles, magic...and money? Discover what Harry Potter's adventures can teach us about personal finance.
Covering everything from branding to bravado, there's bound to be something bankable in this bundle of business books.
The classic story of victory over debt is success through work and frugality. But real life is not always so positive, and that's why this book is so useful.
Library sales aren't always for the faint of heart, and the huge selection plus low prices can be overwhelming. Follow these tips for a better trip next time.
Like frugality and simplicity, minimalism is both a means and an end. It's a way of living light on your wallet and light on the planet, and it enables certain choices (such as
For more than two years now writing at Wise Bread, my whole thesis has been that frugality leads to freedom—if you can live cheaply enough, you can choose whatever work calls you,
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