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Book Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad

8 January 2010

This book by Robert T. Kiyosaki should be included in the school curriculum. Not because it’s a literature classic, but because it may save them a huge amount of hassle later on in life.

By getting kids to study the lessons, it would save them going into their adult life, like most of us have done, with no training. Because it’s this lack of training at an early age that causes most people to struggle financially all their lives.

The Table of Contents includes:

Lesson One – The Rich Don’t Work for Money.

Lesson Two – Why Teach Financial Literacy?

Lesson Three – Mind Your Own Business.

Lesson Four – The History of Taxes and the Power of Corporations.

Lesson Five - The Rich Invent Money.

Lesson Six – Work To Learn-Don’t Work for Money.

Highly Readable… a plea to the middle classes to move away from their long-held desire for job security and to be come more entrepreneurial’ Observer

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