Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Authors: Robert T. Kiyosaki,

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad is filled with the most useful and practical money-related strategies. You will learn how to come out of debt and increase your savings without working extra hours. Robert Kiyosaki also shows you how you can provide your children with a stable financial education.

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