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The Wealthy Barber : Everyone's Common-Sense Guide to Becoming Financially Independent
The Wealthy Barber Everyone's CommonSense Guide to Becoming Financially Independent
Author: David Chilton
David Chilton simplifies the complex puzzle of personal finance and helps you achieve financial independence.  With the help of his fictional barber, Roy, and a large dose of humor, Chilton shows you how to take control of your financial future---slowly, steadily, and with sure success.  Chilton's plan (detailed in an entertaining ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781559580960
ISBN-10: 1559580968
Publication Date: 6/20/1991
Pages: 208
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  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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The fiction story line helps teach financial concepts.
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reviewed The Wealthy Barber : Everyone's Common-Sense Guide to Becoming Financially Independent on + 53 more book reviews
This was a great book with loads of good advice. Hopefully soon I will be able to start following it. I would advice this for anyone that wants to look into setting themselves up for success when they retire and not having to depend on a Social Security check. It was even written in a style that everyone can understand; not just accountants. A must read!!
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A common sense guide for those lacking financial common sense. The book tells a story of three people who go to a barber for financial advice. They learn the ins and outs of wills, life insurance, retirement, home ownership, etc. For the most part, the chapters yield clear, consise information wrapped up in that story. The chapter on investments and income tax is the only exception. Still an excellent read for anyone trying to take charge of their financial life.
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What a terrific resource for those looking for new ways to get ahold of their financial future. Many excellent ideas and good advice await the reader.
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Everyone should read this book. The Wealthy Barber is written like a novel but has all the practical advice and know-how you expect to find in a textbook. David Chilton unlocks the mysteries of savings, wills, life insurance, retirement planning, laons, and smart shopping. This book will show you how to accumulate wealth, no matter what your income. Give it to your kids as a graduation gift!


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