With so many books and websites out there how do you know where to even start? Right here of course, where you can find links and book lists from some of our favorite sites and authors (including our favorite author - God.).
Books on finances abound in the world. We have not read all, but here are a few from authors we generally trust. (ISBNs link to the book on Amazon.com)
These sites are presented in a good-faith effort to be of service. RMNI receives no remuneration for listing any of these sites. As usual, let the buyer beware.
Prov. 22:2 "Rich and poor have this in common: The Lord is the Maker of them all.", The rich usually do not want to identify with the poor. God is the common denominator of all of us. Plus, we have the same parents, Adam and Eve, so we're all kin, going 'way back. Rich and poor also have: the same "time capital"; both will die and leave everything; both have the same avenue of access to God and both will meet their God; Scripture gives more hope for the poor than for the rich in that encounter (Luke 18:25). Poverty itself is not a moral advantage, since it could be attained by dissoluteness, lack of self-control and slothfulness. Riches itself are not morally advantageous, since it could be attained by deceit and greedy self-interest.