Building Financial Freedom: Five Books Written by Black Women

Women have broken barriers and made remarkable strides in the financial world. Presently, Fortune 500 has more women CEOs than ever. More women are putting up businesses, while others are running for office in record numbers.

If you’re trying to get your finances in order, this list of books written by Black Women will provide the necessary wealth of information.

Our Money Stories: A Six Week No B.S. Holistic Financial Wellness Plan

Finances are one major thing most people don’t like discussing. It worsens when you lack financial experience making one feel isolated. However, if you’re facing economic challenges, there’s no need to feel worthless or ashamed. The lack of financial literacy you suffer from now is a combination of your environment, ancestry, and history.

Eugenie George’s Our Money Stories: A Six Week NO B.S Holistic Financial Wellness Plan helps you get on the right financial path. Additionally, it provides proven examples through interviews from 30 women of color who expand on financial experience and stories.

The One Week Budget by Tiffany Aliche

Commonly known as The Budgetnista, Tiffany Aliche derives financial inspiration from her work. If you want to reorganize your finance, this book is a must-grab. The One Week Budget comes with real-life examples, lessons, steps, and a daily budgeting approach.

Expect to Win: 10 Proven Strategies For Thriving In The Workplace

Although it’s not a finance book, Carla A Harris shares important ways of surviving a work environment of any type. Be it wanting to build a solid professional relationship or getting a promotion at work; you wouldn’t need to sweat.

The vice-chairman of global wealth management and senior client adviser at Morgan Stanley is one of the most successful

Black women in Business.

Clever Girl Finance: Ditch Debt, Save Money, Build Real Wealth

The founder of Clever Girl Finance, Bola Sokunbi, shares a wealth of information on Finances. HER websites provide a myriad of financial information worth your penny. Start reading her book Clever Girl Finance: Ditch Debt, Save Money, Build Real Wealth.

If you’re looking for financial education in one place, it’s the book for you. Learn all the necessary tools to get you out of debt. She also offers real-time stories to help you achieve financial freedom.

5. The Money Manual: A Practical Money Guide to Help You Succeed On Your Financial Journey

The CEO and the Founder of My Fab FinanceTonya Rapley will help you reclaim your power finance back.

Her lifestyle and financial education blog for Millenials enables you to break the cycle of living from paycheck to paycheck. Her book offers tangible tips that help anyone struggling financially.

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