Summary of Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

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Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki - A BookSuma Book Summary **Please note that this summary of Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki is NOT the original book. This book was written and published by BookSuma and is not affiliated with or endorsed by Robert Kiyosaki.** Kiyosaki's bestselling book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, has changed the way millions have looked at investing and wealth. It teaches us thatWe don't need to earn a huge income to become rich Knowing the difference between assets and liabilities is the key to becoming wealthy Houses aren't always assets There's more to wealth building than education and job security Knowledge, particularly about certain things, is powerThe BookSuma Summary of Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki brings you the main takeaways from the book in less than half an hour! Our experts have read and extracted the most important points from Rich Dad Poor Dad, distilling those key points into an easy-to-read summary for your convenience. Our passion is helping busy people maximize their time and personal growth. Instantly download your copy and get started learning and growing today!

He started small and focused on building income ... Rich Dad Poor Dad is a book written by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter in 1997. In its pages, Kiyosaki and Lechter described the mentalities between two paths to wealth accumulation and why you should strive to become more like the "rich dad" instead of the "poor dad".

The Social Security tax is an insidiously large tax, at 15% of wages. Originally in England/early US, taxes were only levied against the rich. A classic of the personal finance genre, Robert Kiyosaki's autobiographical manual introduced a generation of Americans to cash flow, passive income, and financial literacy.

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