It is Money Smart Week at the Library

It is Money Smart Week at the library and we have the resources in stock to help get you and your family money smart. For your convenience, we put together a handy display of books with subjects ranging from personal finance and investing, to how to live like a "cheapskate". Listed below are some of the new titles we have available, and some of the old standbys that have been providing financial advice for years.

Clark Howard's living large for the long haul : consumer-tested ways to overhaul your finances, increase your savings, and get your life back on track by Clark Howard - 332.024 H831L 2013
The renowned broadcaster examines our new paradigm through the eyes of those whose financial portfolios have beaten the odds, and those whose economic situation has gone off course. Through these fascinating personal accounts, readers will uncover amazing opportunities and smart decisions, finding advantages in bleak times for lasting payoffs in the long run.

The debt-free spending plan : an amazingly simple way to take control of your finances once and for all by Joanneh Nagler - 332.024 N137 2013
This practical, straightforward system shows you how to put together an easy-to-manage bill-paying plan, and allocate money as it comes in; realistically downsize your expenses without feeling deprived; improve your relationships and family life by living within your means; pay back your debts, and -- believe it or not -- begin to save.

Frugal isn't cheap : spend less, save more, and live better by Clare K. Levison - 332.024 L579 2013
Clare Levison serves up practical financial advice with a side of southern charm. Filled with real-life stories, it will challenge you to change the way you think about money.

The handy investing answer book by Paul A. Tucci - 332.678 T79 2015
Covers multiple subjects like Introduction to personal investing -- Saving, managing debt, and budgeting--Individual stocks -- Bonds -- Mutual funds -- Investing in cash, and much more.

Money : master the game : 7 simple steps to financial freedom by Anthony Robbins - 332.024 R534 2014
Thanks to exhaustive research and unprecedented interviews with 50 of the world's most brilliant financial minds, Tony Robbins has uncovered the 7 Simple Steps to put you in full control of your financial future.

Smart is the new rich : if you can't afford it, put it down by Christine Romans - 332.024 R662 2010
Explores how adopting a new approach to money can lead to a healthier financial lifestyle. Each chapter opens with a question about money to begin the conversation about earning, saving, spending, growing, and protecting your money. Using checklists and quizzes, Romans guides you through the "New Normal, " helping you to think differently about your money and relearning good habits for prosperity.

The total money makeover : a proven plan for financial fitness by Dave Ramsey - 332.024 R149t 2013
Ramsey offers a bold, no-nonsense approach to money matters, providing not only the how-to but also a grounded and uplifting hope for getting out of debt and achieving total financial health.

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