If you're ready to unlock your greatest potential for an amazing financial future, check out these three finance books every Black woman should read to guide you down the right path! Trust us; you could stand to gain a lot of knowledge just by immersing yourself in one of these empowering books.

It's About Damn Time: How to Turn Being Underestimated Into Your Greatest Advantage

It's About Damn Time by Arlan Hamilton speaks on the many ways, Black women can unlock their greatest potential, continue the search for knowledge, and let their life experience guide them through the most challenging moments. The author, Arlan Hamilton, a Black woman in the LBGTQ+ community, has an inspiring story to help motivate others who have experienced adversity. Hamilton discusses being on food stamps and sleeping on the floor of a San Francisco airport to becoming a successful venture capitalist.

Get Rich While Black...:Without Being an Athlete, Entertainer or Drug Dealer

Chuck Starks' Get Rich While Black touches on the rarities of Black Americans' abilities to play professional sports or become involved in the entertainment industry while maintaining wealth for the long haul. He also stresses how anyone can go in the opposite direction of hard work and success but cautions it never end well. Starks focuses on the routes of success to obtain great wealth without fame or going down the Hollywood route.

The Black Woman's Money Bible: A Guideline on Investing for African American Women

The Black Woman's Money Bible by Natasha DeSouza focuses on investing to build wealth and prosperity. This book fills in the gaps of those unanswered questions and aims to help Black women obtain financial freedom through the power of investing.

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