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Money Smart Reads: New Personal Finance Titles

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Money Smart Reads: New Personal Finance Titles

Personal finance books help you manage your money better. Sharpening up on personal finance basics—how to manage and pay off debt, paying for college, planning for retirement, how to invest and more—can help you become savvier, more directed, and more confident in handling your finances and making your money work to meet your goals.

Here are some of the latest titles in our collection covering a wide gamut of popular personal finance topics, which impart the latest advice, tips and information to help you with your money management skills. 

The 5 Years Before You Retire : Retirement Planning When You Need It The Most by Emily Guy Birken

Get Good With Money : Ten Simple Steps To Becoming Financially Whole by Tiffany Aliche

Investing In Your 20s & 30s For Dummies by Eric Tyson

IRAs, 401(k)s & Other Retirement Plans : Strategies For Taking Your Money Out by Twila Slesnick

Know Yourself, Know Your Money : Discover Why You Handle Money The Way You Do, And What To Do About It! by Rachel Cruze

The New Retirement Savings Time Bomb : How To Take Financial Control, Avoid Unnecessary Taxes, And Combat The Latest Threats To Your Retirement Savings by Ed Slott

Personal Finance After 50 For Dummies by Eric Tyson

Talk Money To Me : How To Save, Spend, And Feel Good About Your Money During COVID And Other Times Of Financial Distress by Kelley Keehn

The Price You Pay For College : An Entirely New Road Map For The Biggest Financial Decision Your Family Will Ever Make by Ron Lieber

The Promise Of Bitcoin : The Future Of Money And How It Can Work For You by Bobby Lee

The Psychology Of Money : Timeless Lessons On Wealth, Greed, And Happiness by Morgan Housel

Social Security For Dummies by Jonathan Peterson

Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensions : Get The Most Out Of Your Retirement & Medical Benefits by Joseph Matthews

Think Like A Breadwinner : A Wealth-Building Manifesto For Women Who Want To Earn More (And Worry Less) by Jennifer Barrett

What To Do With Your Money When Crisis Hits : A Survival Guide by Michelle Singletary

-Archana, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian

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