Personal Finance in Your 20s For Dummies
The clearest and most extensive explanation of everything you need to know about personal finance. If you need to learn what a credit score is, when you should use a checking or savings account, or any other first step into the realm of finance then this is your go-to book. It is broken down into sections so you don't need to read it cover to cover. Use this as a guide and find the section you need in the table of contents and skip straight to it. Before getting any book that further explains the tips and tricks of finance make sure you have this book to explain the basics.
The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke
A very pragmatic, organized, and colorful guide to being young and broke. There are sections geared at those fresh into the professional world featuring topics like surviving on low salaries, how to find jobs, paying off student loans and much more. It also features more adult topics concerning buying a home, buying your first car, and setting up retirement plans. There is a lot you can learn from the material in this book and it is a great early guide to personal finance.
The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich
This book has been a mega success and can teach young people about the financial opportunities of life. As a combination of a lifestyle and a finance book, this can be an enlightening read. It isn't just about how to make money but the reasons why we want to make money and how to live life to the fullest. If you are just graduating university and are interested in traveling before you enter the workforce consider reading this book. There are ways to make money while still going out and exploring the world.
Financial Literacy for Millennials: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Financial Life for Teens, College Students, and Young Adults: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Financial Life for Teens, College Students, and Young Adults
Andrew O. Smith
Geared towards young people this is a great book to get an early start at learning finance. Use this book to learn about smart spending and prepare yourself for the real world. Parents, this is a great opportunity to educate your younger kids on smart financial decisions for the future. Aimed straight for the target audience of young adults this book is easy to read and incredibly helpful for early life financial learning. This book covers every element of finance from specific advice to a general overview of financial policies and shouldn't be missed.
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Robert Kiyosaki is a firm believer that school systems don't provide people with the financial education that they really need and in this book he puts forth his take on how to achieve economic prosperity. A longtime best-seller this is a great book for looking ahead towards your financial future. Focusing on how to make the most out of your money; this provides insight into smart investing. This book is built around the idea that rich and poor parents teach different financial lessons to their children but you can prosper no matter where you come from.