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

by Robert T. Kiyosaki (Author) 

Format: Digital Edition (EBook)

Nearly a quarter-century has elapsed since the groundbreaking release of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad, a seminal work in the realm of Personal Finance. Since then, it has ascended to the pinnacle as the foremost Personal Finance book globally, translated into numerous languages and embraced by readers around the globe.

Rich Dad Poor Dad chronicles Robert's upbringing under the influence of two paternal figures - his biological father and the father of his closest friend, referred to as his "rich dad" - and elucidates how each man shaped his perceptions regarding money and investment. The book dispels the notion that high income is a prerequisite for wealth, distinguishing between laboring for money and leveraging money to work for oneself.

In its 20th Anniversary Edition, Robert reflects on the financial landscape of the past two decades, offering insights into shifts in money dynamics, investment paradigms, and the global economic climate. Throughout the book, sidebars transport readers from 1997 to the present, as Robert evaluates the enduring relevance of the principles advocated by his rich dad.

Remarkably, the core tenets of Rich Dad Poor Dad, once subject to scrutiny and debate, resonate more profoundly in today's context than they did two decades ago. Robert’s forthright and perceptive commentary promises to provoke contemplation and perhaps even controversy among readers, as he revisits familiar territory with fresh perspective.

Anticipate a few surprises along the journey.

Rich Dad Poor Dad...

• Challenges the conventional belief that a high income is requisite for wealth
• Refutes the notion of one's house as a genuine asset
• Advocates for parental responsibility in educating children about financial literacy
• Offers definitive distinctions between assets and liabilities
• Equips readers with insights to impart financial wisdom to their children, ensuring their future prosperity.

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