Awhile ago, I promised that when the March Money Madness ended for me, I’d give away some books for your wonderful support. And now it’s time for you to cash in! I’m going to list a bunch of books below and let me know in the comments which one you want. All you have to do is leave a comment letting me know which book you want, and next week, I’ll randomly choose winners for each book.
Here we go!
1 Copy of The 10 Commandments of Money by Liz Weston
There’s no better review that what Jim at Bargaineering wrote about the book, so go check that out. AMAZING book.
1 Copy of Your Money Ratios by Charles Farrell
Why not manage your family finances as you would a business? Farrell is a money manager who makes a convincing argument for that approach. He uses rations more common in the business world, such as the debt-to-equity ratio and the capital to income ratio so that readers can figure out how they are really doing. The book is direct and numbers-focused, and offers answers to questions like “How much should I be saving?” and “How much insurance do I need?” –Reuters
2 copies of It’s About More Than The Money by Saly A. Glassman
Glassman, senior vice president of investments at Merrill Lynch, demystifies investing and offers instantly useful advice on getting your feet into the water. She urges readers to complete a full financial audit and evaluate spending habits honestly and objectively before they move on to her sensible investment plan and setting their own rules. She includes stories of success and failure to clarify key points, and provides valuable advice on will, estate, and tax planning, gifting to children, and asset allocation. –Publishers Weekly
1 Copy of Psyc Yourself Rich by Farnoosh Torabi
Farnoosh really gets it. Her insights are amazingly practical, thoughtful, and sophisticated; a very rare combination when it comes to personal finance experts. Psych Yourself Rich achieves a lofty goal: explaining a complex problem within practical everyday terms–without pulling any punches. Her advice is always actionable, and her deep commitment to really helping young people through tough financial problems comes across loud and clear. I would love to see more experts follow Farnoosh’s lead. -Ian Cohen, CEO and President, Credit.com
Complete Set of ‘The Skinny On’ Series (6 books) by Jim Randell
Jim has been close to many ultra-successful people. He has watched and learned. He synthesizes it all for you in this funny, precise and profound book on life and success. A wonderful read. –Eric Hippeau, CEO, The Huffington Post
I was included in the following carnivals this week:
Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by Financially Digital (Editor’s Pick!)
Festival of Frugality hosted by Wealth Pilgrim