Book Review: The Weathy Renter

I’ve been an advocate of keeping my housing costs low by renting rather than owning in an expensive market like Toronto, so it came as no surprise that many people told me to read this book, The Wealthy Renter. Written by Alex Avery, this book talks about the costs of home ownership and how it is possible…

Book Review: Stop Over-Thinking Your Money

I found this book at the public library, and I’m sure you could probably do the same. I was initially drawn to this book because it was identified as a good starter book. That is, if you’re new to the realm of personal finance, then this is a good book to read. The writing in…

Book Review: Moolala

I read a lot of books to gain knowledge about personal finance. Many of the books generally focus on the basics of money management, budgeting and investing. When I started reading Moolala I thought the book would follow the same theme as many of the other simple personal finance books. I was surprised to find…

Book Review: The Wealthy Barber Returns

The original Wealthy Barber book by David Chilton was one of my all-time, favourite personal finance books.  When the author decided to introduce the second version of The Wealthy Barber, it was a no brainer for me to buy and read the book.  Despite the disappointment that the book didn’t read like the first one,…

Book Review: Millionaire Teacher

Still looking for that last minute gift to give to that special someone and you’re running out of ideas?  Well … help that person out and give them a book that will assist him or her in becoming financially independent.  One of the best books I have read is the Millionaire Teacher written by Andrew…

Book Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad

I read a lot of financial books.  It’s one of the ways I educated myself, but I’m also very selective in the information that I take in and sometimes not everything I read I take to heart.  One of the more popular financial books that I have read is Rich Dad Poor Dad written by…