Taking control of your personal finance is tough – especially when you’re just starting out. Find ways to budget and save with these great library resources!

  • 365 Ways to Live Cheap

    From practicing good gas conservation habits to learning to love leftovers, this book will help every aspiring penny pincher stop the unnecessary spending and find the fun in frugality!

  • Broke Millennial

    Packed with refreshingly simple advice and hilarious true stories, Broke Millennial is the essential roadmap every financially clueless millennial needs to become a money master.

  • Live Well on Less Than You Think

    A smart, down-to-earth primer on financial survival-and prosperity-in today's uncertain economy.

  • The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke

    This book addresses the specific financial reality that young people face today, and it offers a set of real, not impossible, solutions to the problems at hand and the problems ahead.

  • The Millenial Money Fix

    The Millennial Money Fix is about learning the reasons for your financial problems and the mechanics of your solutions, for yourself and those to come.

  • The 10 Commandments of Money

    From the #1 personal finance columnist on the Internet (Nielsen/NetRatings), Liz Weston provides a clear prescription for financial health in the 2010s and beyond. She covers budgeting, getting out of "toxic debt," getting the right mortgage, paying for college, saving for retirement, and more.

  • The New Frugality

    The New Frugality amounts to a paradigm shift in the way we spend and save. The good news is, a frugal lifestyle is one of less waste, lower environmental impact, greater peace of mind, and, over the long run, deeper satisfaction.

  • Smart is the New Rich

    From credit, student debt, savings, investing, taxes, and mortgages, CNN's chief business correspondent Christine Romans shows this newest generation of earners how to build wealth.

  • Do More, Spend Less

    Do More, Spend Less is your road map to get off the default path, turn the tables on the banks, airlines, hotels, cell phone companies, and retailers and win the great game being played for your hard-earned cash.

  • Rich Bitch

    Talking about money sucks -- but so does being broke. Financial journalist Nicole Lapin lays out a 12-step plan in which she shares her experiences -- mistakes and all -- of getting her own finances in order.

  • Suddenly Frugal

    By pinpointing the dollar amount associated with each cost-saving step, financial whiz and mom Leah Ingram will inspire you to embrace and enjoy your new frugality.