Reading List

I hope you are getting something out of this blog but if you’re looking for more, here are some of the best personal finance books that I’ve read and that I recommend.


Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School – Andrew Hallam

Andrew Hallam’s Millionaire Teacher, is my favorite personal finance book, period.  It is an entertaining read – I read the entire book the first time over a weekend (Who knew a finance book could be entertaining?).  It is informative.  It even makes the world of investment seem simple!

This is the book I wish I had read, when I first started investing.  If I had found this book before I purchased my first mutual funds, even if I had gotten the worst deal on the book and it had cost me $100, it would still have been the best investment I could have made.

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The RESP Book: The Simple Guide to Registered Education Savings Plans for Canadians – Mike Holman

The title says it all.  It’s a book about RESPs.  Mike Holman has made the RESP program simple.  And, it’s a really effective guide.  

For parents (or really any family members) thinking about saving for their children’s education, The RESP Book is an excellent investment.

Read my full review here:


The Wealthy Barber Returns – David Chilton

Sit down for a casual conversation about personal finance with David Chilton.  He’ll entertain you and make you laugh!

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