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Post by Yolimari » 18 Sep 2018, 03:20

Financial literacy is an important subject that I think should be taught in schools. I think a lot of people could benefit from reading this book. Thanks for the review!
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Post by library500 » 21 Sep 2018, 16:30

Thank you for your review. It seems that the information contained in this interesting book would be beneficial to most persons of any age interested in being financially independent. Which is a good thing, by the way. I am definitely interested in the topic.

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Post by David Galaxy » 12 Oct 2018, 02:24

Great review, thanks. I might want to read this book sometime.

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Post by Saeediqbal » 12 Oct 2018, 20:26

After going through review and others comments I got more interested to read the book . With aged experience I think with passion and purpose , devotion is equally important for success. I will keep this on my shelf thanks

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Post by Josef Kioko » 13 Oct 2018, 06:20

After going through the review I find more helpful and people of my age could read it. I will never forget its content

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Post by Sumra Abbas » 13 Oct 2018, 13:32

Financial independence is crucial in this era. Anybody on this planet will agree over it. And yes like this book suggests that there is no age limitation to strive for financial independece, all you need is passion and purpose. Worthy of time investment! I loved it

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Post by horlamide532 » 16 Oct 2018, 09:33

Thanks for the great review it sounds as a helpful book for people arround the world.

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Post by Theresam » 16 Oct 2018, 16:00

Thank you for this thorough review. I don’t typically read these type of books but good financial advice is a great topic. I think anyone could benefit from this type of book and I will add it to my list to read.

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Post by honeydropz » 17 Oct 2018, 07:58

i am very interested in financial books as i just finished one called Hard Work is Not Enough. i will definitely read this too because i am all about being financially independent. Greeeeeat review

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Post by viasol72 » 18 Oct 2018, 10:28

I need to apply these wonderful resources.great book

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Post by 56lives » 19 Oct 2018, 09:13

If most people are perpetually in debts it is because of poor financial management skills at personal level. That includes me. If there is a book that offers advice on how to manage one's finances the easy way I would grab it. Unfortunately I have not found one. I thought
Building Your Financial Empire One Brick at a Time
would help until at the end of the review the reviewer says that the book is not the best choice for someone who finds finances boring. That's it. The book is not for me.

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Post by Elladelossantos » 19 Oct 2018, 20:21

If you continue to be broke.. don't blame anyone but you.

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Post by evan1995muniz » 22 Oct 2018, 11:11

I have always wanted to run my own anime merch selling buisness. This type of book would be very helpfull to me. I will keep this in mind for if i do start my own empire lol. thanks for the good review.

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Post by isaiah best2 » 22 Oct 2018, 13:27

Good review, nice one. Studing is very good to mentain a successful business life style any growing income mostly to the young once before getting old, from the moment a both young and adult stop studing the more they become domant and stargnant in any productivity, studing encourages alot every area of life, i will like to get a copy to grow my income more thanks.

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Post by 1414kings » 06 Nov 2018, 13:32

Through what have red in the above comment, I've discovered the book has to do with financial freedom and the benefits, but having flair for a skill can go a way to help .

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