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

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Prima Pub., 1996 - Finance, Personal - 199 pages
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In this new and expanded edition of one of the biggest selling financial-planning books ever, Chilton simplifies the complex puzzles 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 you
can take control of your financial future slowly, steadily, and with sure success. Chilton's plan (detailed in an entertaining story) is no get-rich-quick scheme, but it does make financial independence possible on nothing more than an average salary. Even if you consider yourself a financial basket-case, Chilton explains how you can easily put an effective financial plan into action.About the Author
"David Chilton is the president of Financial Awareness Corporation, a financial consulting firm. "The Wealthy Barber" and "The Wealthy Barber Returns" TV shows have enjoyed tremendous popularity since first airing on Public Television in the spring of 1993.

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User Review  - jmatson - LibraryThing

Should be a good and helpful read for people just starting out in their late 20's early 30's regarding solid financial advice. A important read, especially these days with the social safety net in peril. Read full review

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User Review  - capetowncanada - LibraryThing

If you have not read any other financial books, then this is one to start with. If you have read some others then most likely there will not be anything in here you already don't know, plus some of ... Read full review

Contents

A Surprising Referral
12
The Wealthy Barber
23
Wills Life Insurance
61
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About the author (1996)

Chilton is the president of Financial Awareness Corp.

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