Why the Rich Are Getting Richer

Why the Rich Are Getting Richer

What Is Financial Education ... Really?

Book - 2017
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Kiyosaki believes that our educational system-- and poor job it does on financial education-- is what causes the gap between the rich and everyone else. In this book, he explains why savers are losers, debt and taxes make the rich richer, and why going to school, working hard, getting out of debt, and investing for the long term in the stock market is the worst financial advice for most people. Kiyosaki and Wheelwright share ideas on how to survive-- and thrive-- into the future.
Publisher: Scottsdale, AZ : Plata Publishing, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781612680880
1612680887
Branch Call Number: 332.024/KIYOSAKI
Characteristics: vii, 292 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Wheelwright, Tom - Author

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lauk
Aug 05, 2018

Very disappointed. The author is promoting himself, not helping the readers. Not recommended.

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altima08
Apr 29, 2018

If he is friend of President Trump, I will definitely read it

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annayolei
Apr 26, 2018

This book is more or less a re-hash of what he's said in his many other books. I won't purchase it because of his continued association with Donald Trump (and it's forced me to donate the rest of his stuff), but if you're able to overlook that...

...there's nuggets of truth. His books aren't a get rich fast scheme, but more of a good eye opener to change how we see money and how the ultra rich see it. And ultimately, the theme in this and other of his books is money doesn't change attitudes towards it overnight--or else far fewer lotto winners would be worse off than before they won. Kiyosaki's books are a good starting point, but I'd supplement it by doing one's own research on whichever endeavor one chooses to use to expand their investments.

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snavelyz
Jan 22, 2018

This is the first book I read from this author. Although the writing is not excellent but I like the way he put the concept into " super simple".

It is a book from which I learned something I did not know before.

At least one should know what a successful entrepreneur is talking about.

No, he never said that his steps are "get rich quick" . He advises people should work from the bottom up, should appreciate the persons who are doing the physical work, etc....

NO, this is a book about attitude, about teams, and about working hard, first and working smart.

NO, you don't need a college degree, especially the degrees that cost too much money, and are useless in teach you nothing.

My spouse does not have a degree, I have a Ph.D, in Chemical engineering and retired from Fortune100 Company. I consider my spouse and I are both survivors of this economy ans intellectual development . I have seen my children and their friends' survival strategies in this environment. NO, one does not need to spend on a useless degree.

Yes, one need education. The author says one can educate oneself, one does not need to buy a degree.

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PatEe
Sep 05, 2017

Talk about hype! My goodness what a load!
Any book that has a picture of Donald Trump on the first page and says they emulate him is as far as you should go.
I take strong objection to anyone who has get rich quick schemes and most importantly says you do not require higher education.
Maybe you don't require a university degree - but without it you don't have any future. As well, money does not buy class. You must have education now in order to have a quality life. No exceptions. You need education to have understanding of the world. I don't need to explain this.
The only part I agree with, is you do need to have many options, investments, perhaps a side business, assets, AND higher education.

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