Now that Memorial Day has come and gone, it is officially the summer reading season! Whether you are going to the beach, the lake or just your back patio – here is my list of books I have queued up for summer 2019. There should be something for everyone.
I am always looking for a great book to read. Reading helps me relax, but it also helps build my mental lattice. I set a goal each year to read a certain number of books. This year I came up short of my goal, but the books I did read were all great. No throwaways so far!
Here is my list of favorite books 2017.
Knowledge is power, and one of the easiest, most accessible ways to increase your knowledge is to pick up a book and read.
The more you understand about the ins and outs of money, the more you’ll feel empowered to make smart choices and create good habits. Your financial success can depend on your financial literacy.
2016 was another year of wonderful reading for me. I was able to somehow find time to read over 30 books this year and I have a few more I plan to finish before the end of the year.
Here are 7 books from my list that are my favorites.
Over the last few weeks, I have reached out to colleagues around the USA and asked them to submit their favorite books on business and non business topics. I am happy to share their submissions. It was fun to see one particular book being recommended several times.
One of the few hobbies I have been able to keep up as I enter middle age is reading. I read a lot more this year, but only a few books make the cut that I would recommend to you. If you are looking to pick up something to read this holiday season here are a few of my favorites for 2015.
Investing and Business Books
In honor of opening day, I thought I would share a few of my favorite baseball books. There are two categories of baseball books in my mind; the stories of baseball and the analysis of the game. The stories behind baseball are what bring out the romance in the game. The bond between fathers and their kids and the joys of spending a summer evening watching adults playing a child’s game.
We're just a month away from the mid-year point, believe it or not. As a half-time refresher of sorts, I wanted to share some information on all things IRA. The following infographic from Max Retire Rules covers the high-points on the four types of IRA - Roth, Traditional, Simple, and SEP
The nice thing about this piece is that in addition to covering the basics of how each IRA functions, there is also updated limit information for 2013. This can come in handy as you contemplate your contributions now or in the future for the 2013 tax year.
According to American Express nearly one out of three adults is attending a wedding this year - so there’s a decent chance you have an answer to our title question.
This is a little off of the beaten path, but interesting none the less. I came across this inforgraphic put together by American Express breaking down all things wedding, from a dollars and cents standpoint.