We believe that there is not one set-in-stone path to creating wealth. Because we all have different situations, backgrounds, and finances, your journey to creating financial freedom is uniquely yours. But no matter where you on your personal journey, knowledge is power. Reading can help you discover tips and tricks that fit your current situation, or inspire you to implement changes.
To help build your personal arsenal of wealth-building books, we’ve put together this post! Here’s our round-up of our five favorite books for creating financial freedom.
Tax-Free Wealth by Tom Wheelwright One critical component of building wealth is year-round tax planning. In Tom Wheelwright’s book, you’ll learn the main goals of the tax code, how to maximize your deductions as a business owner, and how to effectively strategize your taxes.
A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron Gikandi We believe that building wealth begins with shifting your mindset. This means eradicating limiting beliefs, letting go of old ideals that no longer serve you, thinking of money as a manifestation, and focusing on positivity. A Happy Pocket Full of Money will guide you in shifting your wealth consciousness so that you can experience abundance.
How to Pay Off Your Mortgage in 5-7 Years by Clayton & Natali Morris If you’re like most Americans, your mortgage payment is your biggest monthly expense. What kind of financial freedom would you have if you were free from that burden? In our book, How to Pay Off Your Mortgage in 5-7 Years, you’ll learn a proven, step-by-step method you can use to squash your monthly payment, saving thousands of dollars of interest in the process!
Loopholes of Real Estate by Garrett Sutton One of the most effective ways to build wealth is to invest in real estate. If this is your chosen path toward wealth-building, Loopholes of Real Estate will be your go-to guide! This book contains strategies for protecting your assets, maximizing your cash flow, and more!
Profit First by Mike Michalowicz Most business owners get it wrong when it comes to finances. The entire purpose of creating a business is to make more money, which is why it’s important to prioritize profits above all else. Profit First is a simple and effective formula designed to help business owners allocate money appropriately. In Profit First, you’ll learn how to manage your business’ income in the smartest way possible!
What are your favorite wealth-building books? Please leave your suggestions in the comments section of the video below!