[AZW] ã Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education | By Ô Robert T. Kiyosaki #2020

  • Title: Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education
  • Author: Robert T. Kiyosaki
  • ISBN: 9781612680101
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback

  • Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education By Robert T. Kiyosaki On the heels of his 2010 New York Times bestseller Conspiracy of the Rich, Robert Kiyosaki takes a new and hard hitting look at the factors that impact people from all walks of life as they struggle to cope with change and challenges that impact their financial world.In Unfair Advantage mdash The Power of Financial Education Robert underscores his messages and challenOn the heels of his 2010 New York Times bestseller Conspiracy of the Rich, Robert Kiyosaki takes a new and hard hitting look at the factors that impact people from all walks of life as they struggle to cope with change and challenges that impact their financial world.In Unfair Advantage mdash The Power of Financial Education Robert underscores his messages and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way Readers are advised to stop blindly accepting that they are disadvantaged people with limited options They are encouraged to act beyond their concept of limited options and challenge the preconception that they will struggle financially all of their lives Robert s fresh approach to his time tested messages includes clear, actionable steps that any individual or family can take, starting with education Education becomes applied knowledge, a powerful tactic with measurable results.In true Rich Dad style, readers will be challenged to understand two points of view, and experience how financial knowledge is their unfair advantage.Why do the rich get richer even in a financial crisis In his new book, An Unfair Advantage, Robert confirms his message and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way Readers are advised to stop blindly accepting that they are disadvantaged people with limited options and challenge the notion that they will struggle, financially, all their lives What does school teach you about money In most cases, the answer is Not much If there is any financial education, the courses are taught by financial planners and bankers the agents of Wall Street and the big banks, the very people that caused and profited from the financial crisis.This book is about real financial education This book is about how debt and taxes make the rich richer hellip and why debt and taxes makes the poor and middle class struggle This book explains why the rich get richer, paying less in taxes, while the middle class shrinks mdash with many losing jobs, homes, and retirement mdash and paying in taxes This book is about the five unfair advantages a real financial education offers The Unfair Advantage of Knowledge The Unfair Advantage of Taxes The Unfair Advantage of Debt The Unfair Advantage of Risk The Unfair Advantage of CompensationThese five unfair advantages are the outcomes of real financial education.
    Robert T. Kiyosaki
    Kiyosaki is best known for his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, the 1 New York Times bestseller Kiyosaki followed with Rich Dad s CASHFLOW Quadrant and Rich Dad s Guide to Investing He has now had at least a dozen books published A partial list of his books is included below

    Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education By Robert T. Kiyosaki


    I really enjoy reading Kiyosaki He s a great motivator and a money making genius The fact that he loves to share his wealth of knowledge is powerful than his love of sharing his financial wealth His books do get a little repetitious but I find that through repetition I remember things better Especially when this knowledge is put to work, AND has proven that it DOES work

    David Donhoff
    This is, frankly, such a well written book for the average Joe of average knowledge, who no longer wants to be average that it appears to escape the grasp of too many looking for something that its not at least according to the other reviews I see here Kiyosaki neither talk down to nor sells pitches to his readers here the book appears to sincerely be an opening of the kimono attempt at candid disclosure of the methods viewpoints he has used to accomplish his feats to date.This is an outstanding [...]

    Mohammed H
    By far one of the best Audiobooks I have listened to in 2013 My obsession with audiobooks came from an article I read from a dear Friend Ahmad Moshrif, Who I believe is a really talented writer He has inspired me to read listen to Audiobooks and write Today I am thankful to him for opening a whole new world of knowledge to me If you would like to follow him this is his blog amoshrif The below Audiobook is an advantage you will gain by reading or listening I suggest you get your kids, wife, husba [...]

    Melissa Bishop
    I do not think Kiyosaki talks down to anyone as some have accused him I do think most people lack financial education, he realizes this and is trying to breakthrough the rhetoric and fog that has clouded most people s thoughts on finances which contributes to them being in their present financial state which is not good In order to breakthrough the mental barriers put up by decades of bad financial teaching and advice, things need to be repeated and broken down into an understandable vocabulary [...]

    In the past, when I still young about personal financial subject, I can t catch up with Kiyosaki s book very well so that make me not impress with his book very much But, as my financial literacy go up to higher level, I can understand him quite better with this book and can got some useful information from him a lot If I have to summarized the main idea of this book that is it doesn t matter what financial literacy level that you are now, anyway, you still have to have a good, really good, fina [...]

    Sometimes I find Roberts book a tad bit repetitive, and slightly re hashed versions of his other work, but one thing that will remain true is this mans ability to call it very accurately and say how it is and based on that just alone and his emphasis on the need of good financial education makes it worth while for anyone to be constantly reminded of his warnings aswell as solutions of the problems we all face todaySo I would recommend it nevertheless, and you do sometimes pick a new story from h [...]

    Very good book I have read some of Roberts previous books and this is just one the best works that he has done Really showing not only Americans but the rest of the world that financial education is essential to live a happy and prosperous life I am Brazilian and his ideas fully apply in my country as well as any other country We all need to educate ourselves better Because lets face it economic crises will always happen no matter where you are or what you do it will affect you How it affects yo [...]

    Excellent, professional handbook to understand the investment for beginners It is the essence of Rich Dad, Poor Dad books and Summary The CashFlow Quadrant Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter It provides real life examples and explains the consequences of financial crisis in 2008.

    After Rich Dad Poor Dad I was excited to read everything else Robert Kiyosaki had to say But this book disappointed me Although The processes that he lays out are good and worked for him In my mind they lacked the common sense factor Don t get me wrong, it was an excellent read But, I disagree with the methods he sugguested.

    A very to the point, extremely digestible book that intends to educate the average investor, though mostly about the US investment climate Written in a little bit of an angsty way, but I guess that was supposed to jolt people into revelation and action.

    It a great book, Robert is actually emphasizing on how having financial education will open you to opportunities and give you an unfair advantage He goes into details talking about your knowledge on taxes, debt, risk and compensation

    Kinda repeat from what he is trying to say in all his previous book Its a good read if you are a first timer for Robert s book, but if you are those who have finished a series of his book, its getting boring

    This book really has opened my eyes Robert does a really good job explaining what is wrong with our financial system and what can be done to survive and do well despite how things are run I would recommend this book to anyone.

    Mano Chil
    Be a capitalist, not a socialist.Work on increasing your assets and decreasing your liabilities.

    3.5 stars heretempted to put this in an important to take a look at categorythough much of it is his personal perspective, there is plenty that is quite sound as well

    Ivailo Georgiev
    An amazing overview over the topic of the importance of Financial Education.

    Kiyosaki is highly repetitive in this book, and he admits he is not a good writer Still, very lucid and necessary financial advice in this era of fiat currency.

    This book was ok but didn t add a lot to Kiyosaki s previous works The downside of this one is that it gets REALLY preachy Remember in 2002 when I said the economy was in danger I m so smart for investing in gold and silver but don t necessarily do it now, you need to learn about the investments yourself I couldn t help but wonder that he has likely made hundreds of statements that in retrospect look ridiculous and he s only highlighting the ones that make him look prescient.That being said, his [...]

    2 Stars because there s great information in this book Awesome info but Robert has been exposed for being a scam I even witnessed it in NYC Also rumors of him not even writing these books and making up Stories in these books that s not even true The books are very informative but it leaves you hanging with no source of what next Well that s where his book seminar tour comes in handy If he comes to your town save yourself and your money Don t go It s a set up Trust me

    Stamen Stoev
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    Asad Khan
    This book follows the classic Robert Kiyosaki style and presents information in a simple manner Though some of the information is repetitive he still makes valid points.The Unfair Advantages that you can have include 1 Knowledge 2 Taxes 3 Debt 4 Risk 5 CompensationThe concept is simple try to acquire as much knowledge as possible use debt or other peoples money to finance your ventures as a true capitalist Pay less in taxes by doing things the government wants you to do and by researching the be [...]

    One thing I want to go back to is how he gets an automatic 28% back on real estate through taxes If that s true, one would only need a 14% return on the down payment through rent to get all of your money back in 3 years with compounding interest using the Rule of 72.

    Unfair Advantage the unfair advantage is another book of the Rich Dad series I personally was not expecting a lot on the subject of investing however, the author managed to surpass my expectations with the most integrated book he wrote The book is divided to six parts 1 knowledge in this chapter the author states that there are 3 types of mass education academic, professional, and financial he accuses the system of education of aiming at graduating people to become employees, save money, and pa [...]

    Daniel Sepúlveda
    La ventaja del ganador que cumpli mis expectativas Que no eran muy altas.Que es lo que yo esperaba de este libro Lo que se espera de todo libro de auto ayuda o Crecimiento financiero Que el autor revele un par de cosas o de un par de consejos y que los diga una y otra vez durante todo el libro.Los libros de auto ayuda suelen ser cortos Los libros que superan las 300 p ginas por lo general tienen 100 o 150 p ginas en donde se repiten las ideas previamente mencionadas La Auto ayuda es muy repetiti [...]

    Carlos DaSilva
    Not detailed enough

    Tony Jr.
    Another decent addition to the rich dad series of books This one covers the distinctions or what the author calls unfair advantages of the rich Unfair Advantage 1 KnowledgeUnfair Advantage 2 TaxesUnfair Advantage 3 Compensation Unfair Advantage 4 DebtUnfair Advantage 5 RiskUnfair Advantage 6 Reputation this is technically NOT one of his 5 but he does briefly mention it as being an unfair advantage that helped him along his path While each of these advantages are important on their own, Robert st [...]

    Nathan Schwartz
    I read Rich Dad Poor Dad way back in the day, and I thought it was pretty interesting, but had the huge flaw that it never gave you the punchline It was to a large extent an extended advertisement for Kiyosaki s other products where he would really teach you how to be a capitalist From reading a few of his other books it seems like there is no punchline, but these books are probably useful as motivation and an introduction to the idea of being an entrepreneur rather than an employee This book ha [...]

    Trey Claige
    There are five distinctions that anyone can attain to give them an edge in the world of finance and business Kiyosaki lays out quite a few nuggets in a Q A format which I found pretty helpful He also brings in his advisors for field specific questions which adds even value to the reader This book gets 4 out of 5 stars My top takeaways 1 Paying less in taxes is patriotic because tax breaks are setup to be given when you use money the way the government wants you to i.e through real estate to pr [...]

    Maybe not the best written book, and maybe a little bit too angry for some to swallow, but it is definitively a life changing book for me at least This book clearly shows what a disadvantage ignorance about money and the status quo job will get you It shows you how clearly taxes favor the rich who can use capital to generate even capital, and even better, use debt to generate capital, all while paying less taxes It was definitely an eye opener for me, and helped propel me to change my way of t [...]

    This is possibly the worst written book that I have ever read As the author says repeatedly I am a best selling author, not a best writing author However, if you can wade through the first 100 pages in which he says nothing of substance, there is some useful and inspiring information The most insightful thing he said is that investing for capital gains in stock or real estate is not investing, but gambling Investors seek income rather than capital gain That was a revolutionary statement that has [...]

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