Win 6 of the Best Personal Finance Books Published in the Past Year

Tiller is giving away the top six personal finance books published in the past year. Use them to guide each step of your financial journey in 2019.


A couple of months ago we gave away the Goldman Sachs reading list.

Now we’re giving away the top six personal finance books published in the past year. Use them to guide each step of your financial journey in 2019.

To win, you simply have to be subscribed to the Tiller Money Memo and live in the US. We’ll pick the winner on the February 7.

Subscribe to the Tiller Money Memo here.

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Here are the titles in the giveaway:

Get Money: Live the Life You Want, Not Just the Life You Can Afford 

by Kristen Wong

Learn how to live the life you want, not just the life you can afford in this highly engaging, step-by-step guide to winning at personal finance. Amazon Link

The Financial Diet: A Total Beginner’s Guide to Getting Good with Money

by Chelsea Fagan

“How to get good with money in a year.” Chelsea Fagan tapped a range of experts to help you make the best choicesfrom the clothes you put in your closet, to your financial relationship habits, to the food you put in your kitchen. Amazon Link

Your Money or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence: Fully Revised and Updated for 2018

by Vicki Robin

Start the new year with a fully revised edition of one of the most influential books ever written on personal finance with more than a million copies sold. – Amazon Link

Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money (with a Little Help from My Dad)

by Danielle Town

In this essential handbook—a blend of Rich Dad, Poor Dad and The Happiness Project—the co-host of the wildly popular InvestED podcast shares her yearlong journey learning to invest, as taught to her by her father, investor and bestselling author Phil Town. – Amazon Link

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones

by James Clear

“James Clear has spent years honing the art and studying the science of habits. This engaging, hands-on book is the guide you need to break bad routines and make good ones.” – Amazon Link

This is the Year I Put My Financial Life in Order Hardcover 

by John Schwartz

“Money management is one of our most practical survival skills—and also one we’ve convinced ourselves we’re either born with or not. In reality, financial planning can be learned, like anything else. Part financial memoir and part research-based guide to attaining lifelong security, This Is the Year I Put My Financial Life in Order is the book that everyone who has never wanted to read a preachy financial guide has been waiting for.” – Amazon Link


The Feminist Financial Handbook: A Modern Woman’s Guide to a Wealthy Life by Brynne Conroy

Written by frequent Tiller contributor Brynne Conroy! “Whether you want to learn more about general financial planning principles, like saving or earning a higher income, or delve into issues that disproportionately affect women, The Feminist Financial Handbook has stories and advice from women who have been there, worked through the struggle, and achieved personal success.” – Amazon Link

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