With such a big volume of reading material online and in print, it's hard to figure out which ones are worth your time. For online reads, scour the personal finance sections of daily newspapers such as the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Bookmark blogs SavvySugar, Wise Bread, and Get Rich Slowly for daily posts that cover personal finance and related topics in an easy-to-digest format. If you want to receive nuggets of personal finance wisdom via email, sign up for the LearnVest email subscription service.
For paper reads, Ramit's I Will Teach You to Be Rich ($14) is perfect for those in their 20s and making a decent salary. For those looking for a more comprehensive book on debt, The Total Money Makeover ($17, originally $25) is worth the investment.
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If you don't have the patience to sit down and read, perhaps listening to audio clips would better suit your learning style. Get your money education in short and sweet podcast doses from Money Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for a Richer Life or certified financial planner Brian Preston who is also known as the "Money Guy." The Clark Howard Show podcasts are also worth checking out since new clips are added more frequently.
If videos are your medium of choice, check out the ever-entertaining The Suze Orman Show on TV or view full episodes online. For more online videos, Investopedia has a nice library on personal finance topics ranging from bond investing to ways to improve your credit.