Book Giveaway: Spring Cleaning Edition.

I’m clearing my shelves of some great personal finance books. Rather than stretch these giveaways out over several weeks, I’m going to be giving away these bundles all at once. All you need to do to enter is to leave a comment on my site specifying which bundle you’re MOST interested in, and which is your second choice.

When you leave your comment here on my blog (not my Facebook page), make sure to include your email address. It won’t show up with your comment, but I’ll be able to see it so I can contact you if you win. Comments are moderated, so it may take a little while for your comment to show up.

The deadline to enter is midnight Pacific time on Friday. Over the weekend, please check your email (including your spam filter). If I don’t hear from a winner by noon Pacific time on Monday, his or her prize will be forfeited and I’ll pick another winner.

And the bundles are:

The Millennial Bundle. These are great books for people in their 20s and 30s, whether they’re just setting up their finances or starting to make big decisions, like buying homes. The books include “Broke Millennial” by Erin Lowry, “Get a Financial Life” by Beth Kobliner and “The Couple’s Guide to Financial Compatibility” by Jeff Motske.

The Kids & Money Bundle.
Want to set your kids on the right financial path? These books can help. They include “Make Your Kid a Money Genius (Even If You’re Not)” by Beth Kobliner and “The Teen Money Manual” by Kara McGuire.

The College-Bound Bundle. A college degree has never been more important, or more expensive. These books can help families prepare. They include “The Perfect Score Project” by Debbie Stier, “The Thinking Student’s Guide to College” by Andrew Roberts, “Colleges that Change Lives” by Loren Pope and Hilary Masell Oswald and “Twisdoms about Paying for College” by Mark Kantrowitz.

The Money and Meaning Bundle. These authors dive deeper into how we find purpose and meaning in life, through the filter of money. The books include “Mindful Money” by Jonathan K. DeYoe, “End Financial Stress Now” by Emily Guy Birken, “Leap” by Tess Vigeland and “You Only Live Once” by Jason Vitug.

The Closing-in-on-Retirement Bundle. Someday sooner than you think, retirement will morph from a distant possibility to a looming certainty. These books can help you navigate to the retirement you want. They include “How to Make Your Money Last” by Jane Bryant Quinn, “Unretirement” by Chris Farrell and “Choose Your Retirement” by Emily Guy Birken.

The Big Thinker Bundle. These books are ideal for those who have mastered the basics and want to know more about how finances and the economy work. They include: “The New Rules of Real Estate” by Spencer Rascoff and Stan Humphries, “The Economics Book” by DK Publishing and “Retirement Heist” by Ellen Schultz.

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Comments

  1. Melanie Simon says:

    I’d love the kids bundle or the college bundle! Our son is 11 and we want him to have a good foundation of knowledge before he leaves the nest!

  2. Mary H. says:

    The closing in on retirement bundle.

  3. The only bundle I’m really interested in, because of the stage of life I’m facing now, is The Closing-in-on-Retirement Bundle. Rather than arbitrarily selecting a second choice, I’d prefer that you pick someone who does want one of the others if I don’t win the retirement bundle.

  4. Barb Coyle says:

    Money and meaning bundle
    Big thinker bundle
    And my email is in small letters

  5. Mike neilon says:

    Very interested in the college bundle as my son begins his HS journey. Never too soon to plan for the college financing game!!

  6. Heather Upchurch says:

    The Millennial bundle
    Money and Meaning

  7. KaT Clark says:

    Hi Liz, long time reader/fan. Love either the millennial bundle for our oldest now college grad or closing in on retirement for me and husband, all look fabulous , thank you for all of your info always.

  8. KaT Clark says:

    Previous comment, this is correct email

  9. We’re all about kids and money at The Piggy Box and would love to read Beth Kobliner’s book. The Kids and Money bundle would also benefit my pre-teen. Closing in on retirement is our 2nd pick. Thank you!!!!

  10. 1st choice: big thinker bundle
    2nd choice: kids and money bundle
    Both sound like good reads!

  11. Karen O'Malley says:

    The Closing in on Retirement Bundle is first choice,the Millenial bundle is second. thanks

  12. Steve garnett says:

    What a great offering!! I would Love the Millennial Bundle for my son, a Sophomore at CalArts. Second choice would be the Closing in on Retirement Bundle orvtgecMiney and meaning Bundle!!! Thank you!

  13. Donna Macleod says:

    The Money and Meaning Bundle
    The College-Bound Bundle

  14. I would love to win the The Closing-in-on-Retirement Bundle. Thank you for offering such a great giveaway.

  15. EricA y. says:

    Money and Meaning sounds great. 🙂

  16. Most interested in the “The Money and Meaning Bundle.” Second choice is “The Big Thinker Bundle.”

  17. Interested in the “college bound bundle” as first choice, and the “kids & money” bundle as second choice. Thanks, Liz!

  18. Arianne Hartsell-Gundy says:

    I’d be most interested in the The Millennial Bundle. Next would be the Money and Meaning Bundle

  19. Closing in on Retirement or Money and Meaning bundles. Those most closely match my current place in life. Enjoy your work very much. Thanks.

  20. Bryan Patrick Connelly says:

    Interested in both The Money and Meaning Bundle & The Big Thinker Bundle. we have a lot of debt and 4 young children. Need to think big and manage the stress of it all.

  21. I would love the Millennial bundle as my first choice and Kids & Money my second choice. Thanks!

  22. Kathy Brandon says:

    What an awesome giveaway!!

    First choice – Closing in on retirement

    No second choice required!

    Thanks Liz!

    Kathy ?

  23. I’d love the “Closing in on Retirement” bundle. We’re getting closer. 😛 Thanks for such a generous give-a-way!

  24. I’d love the college-bound or closing in on retirement bundle.

  25. David Ressner says:

    Hi, Liz. Thank you for your very generous offer! I would be grateful for your college-bound bundle. If not that one, then the money and meaning bundle would be great, too. Thanks again! –Dave

  26. I would love to win the kids and money bundle. I have a high schooler and elementary age children. My second choice is the college age bundle. I guess I have the next four years to prepare!

    Lady.sanders@hotmail.com

  27. Great fun! Money & Meaning for my first choice, please. Although The Big Thinker bundle looks great, given I have a good friend whose daughter is going to college next year, as my second choice I’d love The College-Bound Bundle for them! Thanks for doing this.

  28. I am interested in the Money and meaning bubble primarily, Big Thinker bundle secondarily.

  29. Chris r says:

    I am interested in the millennial bundle and the big thinker bundle

  30. Rosemary rosendale says:

    I am interested in the
    The Millennial Bundle – first choice.
    The Closing-in-on-Retirement Bundle – second choice.
    Thanks!

    • Rosemary rosendale says:

      The Millennial Bundle would be for my sons – 19 & 23. The Closing-in-on-Retirement Bundle would be for my husband and me. Your generosity is very kind.