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Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach their Kids About Money that the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach their Kids About Money that the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

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Language English
Binding Mass Market Paperback
Publisher Perseus Books Group
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Personal finance author and lecturer Robert T. Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective from two very different influences - his two fathers. This text lays out Kiyosaki's philosophy and his relationship with money. Editorial Reviews The Barnes & Noble Review The advice that dads traditionally give is so commonplace, it seems almost clichéd: Go to school and do well. Save your money. Work hard, and financial reward will follow. What would you say upon learning that dear ol' Dad was dead wrong? In his explosive financial manuals, Robert T. Kiyosaki suggests that perhaps you shouldn't have taken Dad's advice, encouraging a new look at an old financial mind-set. The subtitle of Rich Dad, Poor Dad says it all: "What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money — That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!" Contending that the wealthy have learned to make money work for them, rather than toiling for the almighty dollar, Kiyosaki reveals the secrets to success — his wa ... See more
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  1.  Concept of economy and its importance !!! 7 March, 2014 On Junglee.com
    If you are afraid of economy , if you are afraid of How to manage your earning, What is your real asset etc. All these questions are answered by this book. Author explains the concept of money in a lucrative way , he explains that your house , your car is not your asset as it is important parts of your life and you can't sell it. He also give examples that royalty from firms , some type of investment whose interest benefits you become your asset.
    Apart from this he explains the tax fundamentals, why public servant are not able to generate more money. All these concepts are grasped by protagonist as a child by two Dads i.e: His real dad(poor dad) and other his friend's Dad( Rich Dad).
    Beware this book will not give you any money making tips but it will just explain you the concept of money, assets , your house the reasons for being poor.
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  2.  New Insights atleast for people of India! 9 September, 2013 On Junglee.com
    This book has been a bestseller and has stayed on the Top list for long. (It has been in NewYork best seller for an astonishing 98 weeks.) No doubt it is a great success as a publication. But at the same time it had triggered criticisms, some of them noteworthy. One of the challenging critic comes from John T Reed, American businessman and author. He claims Rich Dad Poor Dad to be the dumbest Financial books ever written and you will find why if you read his blog.

    Anyways, Rich Dad Poor Dad gives some new insights for those 3rd world nations, especially India where Savings is nothing more than a post office deposit or an LIC policy. (atleast for the majority of the people). Most people even today don't have a difference between Investment and Savings.
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  3.  Book for everyone 24 September, 2013 On Junglee.com
    I read this because multiple time in my life. This book taught me lot and encourage to learn how money work in practical life. I totally agree with many point like why middle class people never come out of rat race and stuck in cycle.

    I understand what is the difference between liability and asset. Why for some one car is asset and for some its liability.

    This is great book for read and definitely you will get lot out of it
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  4.  reality 20 May, 2014 On Junglee.com
    yeah as name suggest basically the diffrences betwn thinking diffrences betwwen there idialogy diffrences between hapiness they provide to their child is nicely interpreted in this book yeah the language is preety good anyone can read his book anyone want to gift this book to their child can gift it worth it is
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  5.  Good book for motivation 4 March, 2014 On Junglee.com
    If you want to be successful in life you need positive attitude and this book tells all these things. This book tells story of Kiyosaki.
    It is a good book, but don't expect much from this. There are lot of motivational books which are better than this, but still you can read this book.
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  6.  Good read 27 October, 2014 On Junglee.com
    This is a good book that every one should read to learn financial planning!! It is helpful for parents as well so that they can teach their children about finance from an early stage.
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