The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated, by Helaine Olen and Harold Pollack
This book plainly and accurately answers the question “What should middle class Americans do with their money.”
I Am Net Worthy: The Financial Master Plan for Millennials, by Chris Smith
While the fundamentals of personal finance remain unchanged, this book presents them in a fresh way, in the context of the modern economic climate.
Financial Recovery: Developing a Healthy Relationship with Money, by Karen McCall
This remarkably compassionate book provides a holistic approach to getting out of debt, which begins with understanding the origin of your relationship with money and your relationship with yourself.
The Heart of Money: A Couple’s Guide to Creating True Financial Intimacy, by Deborah L. Price
This book is written by my mentor and presents the philosophy and exercises that are the basis of my couples Core Process coaching. It is beautifully written and can provide powerful healing and intimacy for couples who read it and follow the suggestions.
Wild Money: A Creative Journey to Financial Wisdom, by Luna Jaffe
Wild Money is the most unique, useful, and non-shaming financial book I’ve ever read. The book uses beautiful drawings and compassionate writing to create a safe space for readers to begin to explore and heal their relationship with money.