Considering these tight economic times characterized by inflation and the rising cost of living, it helps to hone your financial knowledge and skills continuously. As such, we wrote a previous post on ‘8 Strategies For Financial Success’ to help you create a roadmap for defining financial goals and focusing on budgeting and investment strategies. The article guides you through developing a budget, creating an emergency fund, and keeping your credit score in check.

Besides these articles, books are another valuable resource for finance and money management, with titles now available in audio formats for a more convenient and on-the-go learning experience. Additionally, compared to buying physical copies, you can access these audio materials without making a dent in your wallet, as audiobooks on Everand can be added to your library using a free trial or affordable subscription plans. Everand’s audiobook library encompasses millions of bestsellers, Pulitzer Prize winners, and celebrity book club picks, while also dedicating a section for ‘Finance & Money Management’ for easier navigation.

As you can also listen to audiobooks offline anytime and anywhere, here are the best recommendations to listen to every day to improve personal financial planning and management.

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

In Rich Dad Poor Dadpersonal finance expert Robert Kiyosaki explains the importance of building wealth without solely relying on saving money. By drawing on the different experiences regarding money and wealth between rich and poor people, author Kiyosaki is able to introduce new philosophies and insights on moving up and achieving financial freedom, such as paying yourself first in terms of assets and investments. Since the book is more conversational than technical, Kiyosaki’s paternal and guiding tone translates well in the audio format.

Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin

While Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence was originally published in 1992, its practical tips and tricks on taking better control of your finances remain relevant to this day. Vicki Robin shares her authentic experiences to help readers re-evaluate and transform their relationship with money. Through simple tools and concepts, you can gain insights on how to get out of debt, build and maintain savings, and use money wisely even amid tough economic times.

What They Don’t Teach You About Money by Claer Barrett

In this short yet indispensable book, Financial Times columnist Claer Barrett covers a wide range of financial topics, from credit cards and debt to the truth about investments and ‘get rich quick’ schemes. The book is written in an understandable and digestible way to make you understand the psychology and reasoning behind common money issues, as well as the potential steps you can take to solve them. Ultimately, it helps you reclaim your power over money and eventually attain confidence in making financial decisions.

You Need A Budget by Jesse Mecham

While budgeting gets a bad rap among many people, the founder of the budgeting software You Need A Budget, Jesse Mecham, seeks to change your mind about money management. The book of the same name includes effective tips on tracking your spending and making more informed decisions about your money, with the goal of stopping you from living paycheck-to-paycheck and helping you get out of debt. Among its main philosophies is giving every dollar a job by using the power of scarcity and embracing true expenses by breaking them down into manageable monthly amounts.

As you incorporate these audiobooks into your daily routine, try noting down any particular insights worth applying to your current financial needs and context for easier reference. Aside from actively engaging with these resources, you can also take a step closer toward improving your financial skills by scheduling a consultation with Insight Financial Strategists. Visit our website to learn more.

Rosalee Jefferson


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