Did you know that the Mechanics’ Institute Library has hundreds of titles in e-book format to address all your financial information needs? It’s true! Reference librarian Craig has gathered together a follow-up list of suggested titles on investing, personal finance and retirement. Clicking on the book title takes you to the library’s catalog. All you need to check out is your 14-digit barcode number (no spaces or hyphens) on your member card.
Discover financial freedom online using step-by-step strategies developed by the author. You’ll learn how to replace your income in 90 days or less and forget about having a job.
The Latte Factor: why you don’t have to be rich to live rich by David Bach and John David Mann
Discover the secrets to financial freedom in an engaging story that will show you how to make shifts in spending to secure your financial future.
Debunks commonly held investing myths and misconceptions, explaining why each belief or strategy is wrong and how damaging it can be to financial health.
The Millionaire Next Door: the surprising secrets of America’s wealthy by Stanley Thomas
The accumulation of wealth in the United States is most often done by hard work, diligent savings, and living a frugal lifestyle. Find out how you too can make lifestyle changes for financial success.
Questions and answers that deal with more than 100 of the most-asked questions from The Dave Ramsey Show--everything from budget planning to retirement planning or personal buying matters, to saving for college and charitable giving.
Social Security for Dummies by Jonathan Peterson
A guide to help you navigate the complex world of Social Security retirement benefits. Clear guidance on when to claim benefits, how much you can expect to receive, and how to take charge of your retirement.
The Value Investors : lessons from the world’s top fund managers by Ronald W. Chan
Explores how life experience, culture and background have profoundly shaped some of the world’s most successful investment gurus.
Step-by-step guidelines for overcoming blocks, moving past fear, and making real-world money, revealing how personal perceptions and bank accounts reflect obstructive beliefs that can be rendered lucrative through strategic concept changes.