The most anticipated personal finance books of 2022 – MSN Money

The most anticipated personal finance books of 2022 – MSN Money

As the third calendar year of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2022 is bound to be another unpredictable chapter in a confusing decade — not least of all for your finances. Luckily, we will have plenty of books to help us make sense of things and fill in our knowledge gaps. 

According to our research on Edelweiss+ (the IMDB for books), here are the most exciting, most anticipated books about money coming your way in 2022, all available for preorder now.

‘Money Magic’ by Laurence Kotlikoff

Wouldn’t it be nice to have an renowned economist on call to answer all your money questions? That’s the premise behind Laurence Kotlikoff’s new book, “Money Magic: An Economist’s Secrets to More Money, Less Risk, and a Better Life.” It’s billed as a comprehensive guide to many of life’s biggest financial decisions, like “education, career, marriage, lifestyle, housing, investment, retirement, or Social Security.”

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‘How We Can Win’ by Kimberly Jones

During the George Floyd protests of 2020, Kimberly Jones’s seven-minute video went viral thanks to a brilliant comparison between Monopoly and the history of racism in the United States. “How We Can Win: Race, History and Changing the Money Game That’s Rigged” is a book-length extension of her ideas, as well as “strategies for how we can effect change as citizens and allies while nurturing ourselves—the most valuable asset we have—in the fight against a system that is still rigged.”

‘The Founders’ Fortunes’ by Willard Sterne Randall

Back in high school, you probably learned that the American Revolution was about political freedom. But Randall’s forthcoming book, “The Founders’ Fortunes: How Money Shaped the Birth of America,” makes a compelling case that for many of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, it was also about money.

‘The Bond King’ by Mary Childs

“Planet Money” is one of our favorite podcasts at Policygenius, so we’re naturally excited for co-host and correspondent Mary Childs’s “The Bond King: How One Man …….

Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/personalfinance/the-most-anticipated-personal-finance-books-of-2022/ar-AARWGHW

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