Everyone wants to be well-disciplined in handling finances so we never have struggle with our budget each month. If you need a little help with handling money, these books may come in handy.
The Best Things in Life are Free by Lonely Planet
Available at Fully Booked, Php1,379
The quality of life experiences and moments are not always about how much money you spent on them. Sometimes, cheap can also be better and more enjoyable. This book is packed with money-saving tips and tricks for your upcoming family travels, as well as recommendations for parks and museums that don't charge a fee, to restaurants that offer the best value in over 60 major cities around the world.
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Kakeibo: The Japanese Art of Saving Money by Fumiko Chiba
Available at Fully Booked, Php709
Kakeibo is a Japanese term to describe a way of budgeting and saving money. Through this method you can closely monitor where you spend your money using pages dedicated for your weekly spending. Easily track your expenses and see improvements in your budgeting each month. It can also serve as your guide in creating strategies to save, and what steps to take in order to reach your goals.
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Money Manifesto: Lesson in Personal Finance by Randell Tiongson
Available at National Bookstore, Php600
This 300-page book hopes to inspire and encourage the reader to save money. Through stories, the author talks about his own experiences as well as the experiences of others with regard to personal finances. This will also help you to have a deeper understanding of money as it discusses a wide array of topics including money management, investing, and economics.