3 Personal Finance Authors Share Their Summer Reading Lists

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By Stacey Leasca 
This summer, while lounging by the pool, why not pick up a little summer reading to help you learn something new?
As a kid, summer reading was likely the bane of your existence, but as an adult, it’s truly the opportunity to soak in a little knowledge as you soak up the sun.
To help you expand your library we asked three personal finance authors a little bit about their own books as well as their advice on what else you should read next, finance-related or otherwise. Check out their answers below.

Cary Siegel, author of Why Didn’t They Teach Me This in School?
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