Creating wealth

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Simon and Schuster, 1983 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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The author details a program of investment that can be individually tailored to specific financial situations, with advice on taking advantage of recent tax laws and instruction on when and how to diversify holdings

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Review: Creating Wealth: Retire in Ten Years Using Allen's Seven Principles of Wealth

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Lots of information and tips on real estate investing, classic Robert Allen. Read full review

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A good starting point and eye opener into wealth creation. Simple and straight to the point. Read full review


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Robert G. Allen is one of America's most famous and most influential financial advisers of all time. After graduating with an MBA from Brigham Young University in 1974, Allen began making small real-estate investments, transforming his tiny nest egg into a large, multimillion-dollar net worth in a few short years. He shared his powerful system with the public in the #1 national bestseller "Nothing Down", with forty-six weeks on the "New York Times" national bestseller list. He followed that success with "Creating Wealth", with well over three quarters of a million copies in print. His other major bestsellers include "Multiple Streams of Income" and "The One-Minute Millionaire". For over twenty years, Robert Allen has been successfully sharing his wealth-building techniques in popular seminars throughout the fifty states and Canada. A popular television and radio guest, he has appeared on hundreds of programs, including "Good Morning America" and "Larry King Live". He has also been featured in such national publications as "The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Barron's, Money" magazine, and "Reader's Digest".

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