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11 books to read in 2019 if you want to get rich

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    New Year's Resolution: Get
    into financial shape for 2019.
  
  To help you take control of your finances, we rounded up 11 personal
  finance books to put on your bookshelf, from the classics to new
  releases.
  
  There's something for every money how-to, from budgeting and
  debt to investing and building wealth.
  

  There's nothing like kicking back with a good book.

  And as the year wraps up, what better book to crack open than one
  that will help you put your financial life in order for 2019?

  To help build your arsenal of personal finance books, we rounded
  up 11 of the best books to read that offer a wealth of knowledge
  on, well, wealth. They cover everything from building wealth and
  investing to budgeting and tackling debt.

  We've got the classics, like "Think and Grow Rich" and the Warren
  Buffett-endorsed "The Little Book of Common Sense Investing," as
  well as a few newcomers published just this year, like "The
  Financial Diet: A Total Beginner's Guide to Getting Good with
  Money" and "The Next Millionaire Next Door: Enduring Strategies
  for Building Wealth," a follow up to the iconic "The Millionaire
  Next Door."

  Below, see which other books made the list.

There's nothing like kicking back with a good book.

And as the year wraps up, what better book to crack open than one that will help you put your financial life in order for 2019?

To help build your arsenal of personal finance books, we rounded up 11 of the best books to read that offer a wealth of knowledge on, well, wealth. They cover everything from building wealth and investing to budgeting and tackling debt. 

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We've got the classics, like "Think and Grow Rich" and the Warren Buffett-endorsed "The Little Book of Common Sense Investing," as well as a few newcomers published just this year, like "The Financial Diet: A Total Beginner's Guide to Getting Good with Money" and "The Next Millionaire Next Door: Enduring Strategies for Building Wealth," a follow up to the iconic "The Millionaire Next Door." 

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