Personal Finance Books Giveaway for 2022

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by Enoch Omololu

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We are back in 2022 with another book giveaway: “The Money Master: What They Don’t Teach You About Wealth and Investing.”

To enter the contest, please leave a comment stating why you’d like to read the book. Winners will be randomly picked and contacted by email on January 28, 2022.

The Money Master By Sandy Yong

In The Money Master, Sandy draws from personal experience, research, and interviews of financial experts, and shows you how you can:

  • Train your brain to have a millionaire mindset
  • Develop healthy and wealthy habits
  • Balance today’s needs with tomorrow’s wants
  • Take control of your financial future
  • Protect your wealth
  • Create a financial portfolio and have money work for you
  • Become your own boss

Sandy also provides worksheets you can download to use alongside the book.

The Money Master: What They Don’t Teach You About Wealth and Investing was first published in 2019.

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2021 Personal Finance Book Giveaway

We are giving away 5 20 personal finance books to our readers and you can enter the contest by leaving a comment about which book you’d like to read below.

Winners will be randomly picked and contacted by email on December 29, 2021.

The 2021 personal finance book giveaway is now concluded. Thanks to all who participated! Instead of the original 5 books offered, we have increased the number of books to 20 (a 4-fold increase)!

Here are the 20 winners: Frederick, Hez, Walter, Wemimo, Usaid, Ye, Lekan, Viral, Cindy, Greg, Yardena, Jacquie, Joyce, Ashish, Sharon, Tammy, WQuan, Candice, Manish, and Jerome.

The books won are:

  • Millionaire Teacher by Andrew Hallam (x 6)
  • Money Like You Mean It by Erica Alini (x 6)
  • Wealthing Like Rabbits by Robert R. Brown (x 4)
  • The Wealthy Barber Returns by David Chilton (x 2)
  • Stop Over-Thinking Your Money by Preet Banerjee (x 2)

We will be reaching out to you to get your shipping address and have the book sent to you directly from Indigo or Amazon.

We will aim to get them out to you as early as possible in the New Year, however, some books may be slightly delayed if they are currently sold out.

Happy New Year in advance!

1. Stop Over-Thinking Your Money!

Stop Over-thinking your money

In Stop Over-Thinking Your Money!, Banerjee explains in five simple rules how to think about money and focus on the 20 percent of what you really need to know to confidently take charge of your money.

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2. Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School

Millionaire Teacher

Millionaire Teacher shows you how to achieve financial independence through smart investing — without being a financial wizard. Author Andrew Hallam was a high school English teacher. He became a debt-free millionaire by following a few simple rules. In this book, he teaches you the financial fundamentals you need to follow in his tracks. You can spend just an hour per year on your investments, never think about the stock market”s direction — and still beat most professional investors. It”s not about get-rich-quick schemes or trendy investment products peddled by an ever-widening, self-serving industry; it”s about your money and your future. 

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3. Money Like You Mean It: : Personal Finance Tactics for the Real World

money like you mean it

Global News money reporter Erica Alini blends the big picture with practical advice to give you a deeper understanding of the economic forces that are shaping your financial struggles and how to overcome them.

Packed with concrete tips, Money Like You Mean It covers all the bases: from debt to investing and retirement, plus renting versus buying, and even how to tell whether a side gig is really worth the effort. It”s the essential road map you need to make it in the current economy.

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4. The Wealthy Barber Returns

The Wealthy Barber

“A simple plan for a better financial future: Read this book. It’s down to earth, fun to read and wise to all the mistakes people make in managing money.”
Rob Carrick, Personal Finance Columnist, The Globe and Mail

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5. Wealthing Like Rabbits: An Original and Occasionally Hilarious Introduction to the World of Personal Finance

Wealthing Like Rabbits

Wealthing Like Rabbits is a sharp, entertaining guide to personal finance that proves sound money management doesn’t have to be painful and neither does learning about it. Combining a unique blend of humour and perspective with common sense, Robert R. Brown takes you through the basics of financial planning by using anecdotes and pop culture to shed light on some of the most important, yet often mismanaged aspects of personal finance. Covering subjects ranging from retirement savings and mortgages to credit cards and debt, this book will help you balance your life goals with your financial responsibilities. Wealthing Like Rabbits is a smart, accessible, never-boring romp through personal finance that you will count as one of your best investments ever.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in advance!

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Author

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Enoch Omololu

Enoch Omololu is a personal finance expert and a veterinarian. He has a master’s degree in Finance and Investment Management from the University of Aberdeen Business School (Scotland) and has completed several courses and certificates in finance, including the Canadian Securities Course. He also has an MSc. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Manitoba and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Ibadan. Enoch has a passion for helping others win with their personal finances and has been writing about money matters for over a decade. He has been featured or quoted in The Globe and Mail, Winnipeg Free Press, Wealthsimple, Financial Post, Toronto Star, CTV News, Canadian Securities Exchange, Credit Canada, National Post, CIBC, and many other personal finance publications.

His top investment tools include Wealthsimple and Questrade. He earns cash back on purchases using KOHO, monitors his credit score for free using Borrowell, and earns interest on savings through EQ Bank.

93 thoughts on “Personal Finance Books Giveaway for 2022”

  1. Money Like You Mean It by Erica

    • @Viral: Thanks for stopping by and best wishes to you and your family in the New Year!

  2. I’d love to read wealthing like rabbits.

    • @Ashley: Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  3. Hi
    I would really liKe to read Wealthing like Rabbits, then pass it onto me 21 yr old niece as she is just entering this world of finance.

    • @Sharon: Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  4. Stop overthinking your money by Preet Banerjee

    • @Savio: Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  5. I subscribed to your newsletter sometimes ago because all the articles on your blog were extremely useful for me and relatable. I have been working on my personal finance since then & i’ve gotten a couple of shares from your recommendations. I will like to win “Money like you mean it”. I believe this will help me on my journey to personal finace and I believe I will find very useful tactics that I can apply in my daily life

    • @Wemimo: Great to hear the blog is useful. Thanks for your feedback and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  6. I am a first generation Canadian as well and I really appreciate the personal finance content that you have shared here! I have listened to Andrew Hallam in a few podcast before and I know he is a legend in the personal finance space. Therefore, I feel that “Millionaire Teacher” is going to be a good read!

    • @Ye: I agree re. Andrew Hallam. Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  7. I would be very interested in reading Stop Over-Thinking Your Money! by Preet Banerjee

    • @Joyce: Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  8. Hi Enoch,
    Your articles have helped a lot and I enjoy going through them.

    I would love to read the “Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School” since Andrew Hallam’s knowledge and experience have been beneficial for many professionals across the world.

    • @Usaid: Thanks for your feedback and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  9. I have already read “The Wealthy Barber Returns” by David Chilton; it is the only 1 of the 5 I don’t need. I am interested in the other 4 books, equally.

    • @Bill: Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  10. I vote for Wealthing Like Rabbits by Robert Brown

    • @WQuan: Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  11. Have read the Wealthy Barber and may be interested in that. For now, I’m intrigued by the Millionaire Teacher to see it there are good takeaways that can be put into action immediately.

    • @SFH: Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  12. I would like to read Money Like You Mean It!

    • @Nehemy: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  13. I’d be down to read wealthing like rabbits

    • @Michael: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  14. Money Like You Mean It sounds like a book I need to read. Recently retired so looking to see how to earn and keep my money.

    • @Greg: Congrats on your retirement! 😉 Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  15. hi Enoch
    all the best to you and your family this season and the new year. thank you for the invaluable information that you provide weekly.
    I would like to win money like you mean it love reading women succeeding at finances.

    • @Jacquie: I wish you and your family the best as well in the New Year and I’m glad to hear you find the newsletter useful. Thanks for stopping by!

  16. Stop over thinking your money would be a good read for me, keep up the great hint coming

    I already subcrib to your newsletter

    • @Jacques: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  17. Few years back I came across your site by chance. I have learned and continue to learn from your site about new financial products and investing ideas. I must say that the site is amazing for new Canadian( I am one of them) who in many cases don’t have the knowledge of how the financial market works in Canada. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.
    The two books I would be interested in reading are:
    1.Erica Aline – Money Like You Mean it . Personal Financial Teacher for the Real World
    2.David Chilton -The Wealthy Barber Returns

    • @Yardena: Happy to hear you have found the site useful so far. Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  18. Hi & Merry Christmas I would like to read “Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School” sounds like a good read , maybe able to pass on the my grand children ☺

    • @Walter: Merry Christmas to you as well and a Happy New Year 2022! 🙂

  19. I’d like to read the Wealthy Barber Returns!

    • @Jerome: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  20. I read your columns regularly and I find them to be interesting and informative.
    I have read the The Wealthy Barber Returns and also have a copy of it.
    As such I am interested in reading “Millionaire Teacher” by Andrew Hallam and thereafter my choices will be in the following order:
    2) Stop Over-Thinking Your Money by Preet Banerjee
    3) Money Like You Mean It by Erica Alini
    4) Wealthing Like Rabits by Robert Brown

    • @Frederick: Thanks for being a fan! All the best in the New Year!

  21. All of these books are worthy of attention and I will be looking at all of these books to add to my collection but Money Like You Mean It: : Personal Finance Tactics for the Real World sounds intriguing to me.

    • @Cindy: Yes, Money Like You Mean It is a practical book to read for ideas on how to take charge of your finances. Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  22. Money like you mean it…should be a fun informative read.

    • @Brent: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  23. Millionaire Teacher – sounds like a good read

    • @Robert: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  24. Millionaire Teacher sounds fascinating.

    • @Heidi: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  25. Wealthing like rabbits by Robert Brown would love for my son who is 21 and already bought his first property he is just starting to rad more thank you

    • @Tammy: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  26. The Millionaire Teacher would be an interesting book to read. It’s totally ironic for teachers to become “millionaires”.

    • @Lekan: Yes, and this is what makes the book a great read. Thanks for stopping by and all the best to you and your family in the New Year!

  27. Any of them would be a welcome addition to my library. Thank you.

    • @Hez: Yes, these are some of the best personal finance books in Canada right for sure. All the best in the New Year!

  28. I’d like to read Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School.

    • @Cynthia: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  29. I would go for Stop overthinking your money by Preet Banerjee as we tend to overthink when it comes to money management and look out for ideas from all around us; and ultimately not implementing any.

    • @Ashish: I agree! Sending you best wishes for the New Year!

  30. I would like to read The Wealthy Barber Returns

    • @Manish: Thanks for being a fan. All the best in the New Year!

  31. Millionaire teacher. Sounds like great basic financial advice for building wealth and knowledge to pass along to my two young daughters.

    • @Scott: Thanks for stopping by and all the best in the New Year!

  32. Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School

    • @Nedu: Thanks for stopping by. Wishing you a Happy New Year!

  33. Hey Enoch!
    I’d love to read Wealthing Like Rabbits!

    • @Candice: Thanks for stopping by. Best wishes in the New Year!

  34. I teach the LSAT to prospective law students, and I’m sure many will eventually become millionaires.

    …I’m not so sure about myself, so I’ll throw my nickle into jar number 2!

    • @Nicholas: Thanks for stopping by and best wishes for the New Year!

  35. Money Like you mean it sounds like a good book. Thanks for offering this contest!

    • @Juan: Thanks for stopping by. Best wishes for the New Year!

  36. Hi Enoch truly lucky to be a recipient of one of the two books “The Wealthy Barber Returns “ Looking forward to reading the book soon. Cheers and best wishes for 2022!

  37. Have found your newsletters full of timely and relevant information, thanks for compiling and distributing

  38. Hi Enoch,

    Thank you for helping us learn about financial management through your blog.

    It would be nice to read “The Money Master: What They Don’t Teach You About Wealth and Investing.” from Sandy Yong and learn more about creating and managing financial portfolio. Moreover, the presence of worksheets to use alongside the book would be beneficial for the readers as well.

    Wish you and your team all the best for 2022

    Moreover , there are going to be worksheets

  39. I would love to read the “the money master” by sandy Yong. Any book which comes with worksheets is my kinda book!

  40. I am a new immigrant to Canada and would love to read The Money Master By Sandy Yong to get a head start on improving my finances. Thank you!

  41. I would like to read this investment book. Healthy new year to all !😊

  42. I am just starting to invest. This would be an amazing book to be able to work thru and learn from.

  43. I have not read any books on creating my own wealth or managing finances. I am just over 50 and find I am thinking more about my future finances and retirement. I need start somewhere! 😊

  44. Never too old to learn something new!

  45. Thank yo for the offer! and always good to read what improve your finance plans and nothing wrong with being free to learn more.

  46. I would love to read the Money Master by Sandy Yong. I am really able to connect to her life story, being a female myself and struggling to manage my finances. I would also like to attend few workshops by her for an applied understanding.

  47. I’m recently graduated and entering the personal finance field. Would love to continue my education with leisure books and this looks like one I should add to my list. I’d love to receive a copy of The Money Master.

  48. I would like to receive a free copy of The Money Master: What They Don’t Teach You About Wealth and Investing because I am curious what are the things they don’t teach you in wealth an investing.

  49. 2022 is the year I want to take control of our money. I need all the help I can get!

  50. I’d like to read “The Money Master” by Sandy Yong to see what nuggets of knowledge she is sowing.

  51. the more financial education, the better. I would love to read those….

  52. Hello Mr. Enoch Omololu,

    I am enjoying reading all the helpful information you provide for us. It seems the world is a very confusing place right now and we all need some help so that we may make good decisions.

    I would like to start by reading “Stop Over-Thinking Your Money!” by Mr. Preet Banerjee and possibly in the future explore the other books on your list.

    I look forward to reading more of your helpful tips and advice as well.

    Thank you,
    Rick

  53. I’d love to read the Money Master. I would love some insight on how to best create my financial portfolio.

  54. I would love to read The Money Master by Sandy Yong as I feel this book will help me in my journey towards financial freedom and comfortable retirement.

    It’s always a good idea to read books by different authors and grasp knowledge from each one of them to make the financial journey of life easier!

  55. I am on the mailing list, I want to thank you for your educational & useful financial comments, very easy to understand & I should say user-friendly. Keep up the good work.

  56. I would love to read the Money Master. Books on financial improvement is my geek!

  57. The Money Master would be great to learn about my money working for me.

  58. I would love to read Money Master. The more financial education, the better.

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