The Wealthy Barber: Everyone's Common-sense Guide to Becoming Financially Independent

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Prima Pub., 1991 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
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Finally, for the folks on Main Street (not Wall Street)--a simple, sensible, and enjoyable guide to financial planning that shows people how to improve their fortunes by taking a few simple and painless steps.

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Review: The Wealthy Barber: Everyone's Commonsense Guide to Becoming Financially Independent

User Review  - Narbeh Mirzaei - Goodreads

It's a good book if you are living in the United States. The first 30 pages are actually gibberish. Overall, you get bunch of good advices financially. Surprisingly, a lot of the content is similar to what Dave Ramsey preaches as well. Read full review

Review: The Wealthy Barber: Everyone's Commonsense Guide to Becoming Financially Independent

User Review  - Trinette - Goodreads

Very informative. Lots of information to help with investing and savings. Read full review

Contents

The Financial Illiterate
1
A Surprising Referral
12
The Wealthy Barber
23
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Chilton is the president of Financial Awareness Corp.

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