3. The opposite of spoiled by Ron Lieber
Best Sellers Rank: N Â° 6 for the week of February 22, 2015
What it is: A New York Times columnist offers his advice on how to talk candidly about money with children and help keep them on the ground.
What the experts say: “Mr. Lieber convincingly demonstrates that this tendency to avoid the subject [of money] is a missed opportunity. Children may well need more financial education today than in the past, âwrote Laura Vanderkam in the Wall Street Journal.
What readers are saying: âAfter reading Ron’s book, I really changed the way I talk to my kids about money. I stopped avoiding the question of why they can order an appetizer or extra fries with me, but not when we eat with grandpa, or why our house is bigger than some and smaller than others , and I started to research these conversations â, a reader said.
Verdict: A must read for wealthy parents trying to raise kids who value what they have.
4. Imagine your prosperity: smart money moves to turn your vision into reality by Ellen Rogin and Lisa Kueng
Best seller ranking: N Â° 8 for the week of February 1, 2015
What it is: It is easier to be successful in financial planning when you have a clear vision of what you want to achieve, argue these two financial experts.
What the experts say: “[T]The money experts at wo encourage readers to use evocative images to help them create and meet their long-term financial goals, âsaid American News and World Report.
What readers are saying: “[A] refreshing holistic approach to building wealth using both sides of your brain – logical tactics combined with practices such as visualization, meditation and gratitude, âsaid an Amazon reviewer.
Verdict: Good for people who are put off by more technical financial planning books and are looking for a more personal approach to achieving their financial and life goals.