Rich Dad Poor Dad

Written on July 9, 2011. Written by .

Though it was short on specifics, I found this to be a quick and enjoyable read. The author gives a lot of cute anecdotes from his childhood pertaining to learning how to become wealthy. He stresses repeatedly lessons like not settling for a secure job, making money work for you, acquiring income generating assets, and learning how to deal with taxes. There are a couple interesting specifics such as tax lien certificates and non-qualified loans. I never knew that the income tax amendment was originally passed because it was only supposed to tax the rich. And also our country survived until 1913 without any federal taxes on average citizens.

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