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

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Prima Pub., 1991 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
18 Reviews
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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Excellent financial advice and VERY readable! - Goodreads
And the writing is...like...SO terrible. - Goodreads
The advice in this book is sound. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Big O - Goodreads

Transformative. It's the best word I can come up with. Mr. Chilton promulgates a plan, without shilling for certain brands' funds, and best of all, he takes the very complex and makes it very simple ... Read full review

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User Review  - Frode - Goodreads

This is my second time through the book. I reread it since I am recommending it to a couple of younger fellows; thus, I am needing to be up to speed on it for our future discussions. It is readable ... 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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