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Author by : Robert T. Kiyosaki Languange Used : en Release Date : 2014 Publisher by : ISBN : 0446595519 File Size : 44,7 Mb Total Download : 960
This handbook for parents explains how to teach children the fundamental principles of finance, introducing problem-solving skills that help youngsters understand the importance of a good education and financial planning in their lives.
Author by : Robert T. Kiyosaki Languange Used : en Release Date : 2005 Publisher by : Sphere ISBN : 0316013544 File Size : 42,6 Mb Total Download : 268
How do you get a child interested in learning about finance? Give them a comic book! Robert Kiyosaki, author of the Rich Dad series, recognised the increasing need for people to begin their their journey to financial literacy - and life-long wealth - as early as possible, even before they become teenagers! In Escape from the Rat Race basic lessons about 'working to learn, not to earn', buying assets and understanding the financial statement are revealed through the kid-friendly tale of Timid E Turtle. When Tim runs out of cash at an amusement park his savvy friend, Red E Rat, shows him how to
Author by : Robert T. Kiyosaki Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-04-27 Publisher by : Lulu Press, Inc ISBN : 9781365076350 File Size : 52,5 Mb Total Download : 613
Although we have been successful in our careers, they have not turned out quite as we expected. We both have changed positions several times-for all the right reasons-but there are no pension plans vesting on our behalf. Our retirement funds are growing only through our individual contributions. Michael and I have a wonderful marriage with three great children. As I write this, two are in college and one is just beginning high school. We have spent a fortune making sure our children have received the best education available. One day in 1996, one of my children came home disillusioned with sch