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Money Websites, Magazines and Books

Reading money-themed websites, magazines and books can motivate you to maintain your personal finances. Some books and websites offer spreadsheets and tools to help you create your budget, while others focus on telling entertaining and inspiring stories about money management. This section describes the key strengths of various publications and websites so you can find the resource that fits you best.

What is Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine?
With more than 2 million readers and 60 years of history, Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine is one of the oldest and most well-respected authorities in personal finance publishing.

Book Review: Millionaire Teacher
Andrew Hallam is a high school English teacher ... and a self-made millionaire by age 38. In his book, Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School, he explains how he became a millionaire on a schoolteacher's salary.

Book Review: Pocket Your Dollars by Carrie Rocha
Carrie Rocha, the author of Pocket Your Dollars, outlines "five attitude changes that will help you pay down debt, avoid financial stress and keep more of what you make."

Book Review: The Millionaire Next Door
The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley and William Danko is a classic book about money, personal finance and wealth-building. Stanley and Danko interviewed dozens of self-made American millionaires to discover their common characteristics. The results were shocking.

Book Review: The 10 Commandments of Money
The book The 10 Commandments of Money: Survive and Thrive in the New Economy, by Liz Weston, is an excellent personal finance guide that's both comprehensive and also easy-to-understand.

Shari Olefson -- Author of Financial Fresh Start
Meet Shari Olefson, the author of the book Financial Fresh Start.

Book Review: How Rich People Think by Steve Siebold
Money management is about cultivating your mentality, not just learning tips and tactics. This book teaches you how to fundamentally shift your mental framework about money.

Book Review: Living Large for the Long Haul
Clark Howard's book "Living Large for the Long Haul" features true stories of Americans as they struggle and succeed in various aspects of their financial lives.

Book Synopsis: The $1,000 Challenge
Want to learn how one family trimmed $1,000 from its monthly budget? (That's a savings of $12,000 a year!) Check out Brian O'Connor's new book, The $1,000 Challenge.

10 Questions with Finance Expert Jane Bryant Quinn
Personal finance expert Jane Bryant Quinn sits down for an exclusive interview with About.com, in which she sounds off about budgets, debt payoff, and building savings even if money is tight.

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