A frequent guest on national TV and radio shows, David Chilton is widely praised for his ability to combine humor and common sense to show people the simplicity of sound financial planning. This updated edition of one of the biggest-selling financial-planning books will help you straighten out the complex twists and turns of personal finance on the road to monetary independence. Chilton shows you how to get rich slowly and steadily - even if your salary is average!
Relying on his fictional assistant, Roy the barber, and healthy dollops of humor, Chilton shows how you can take charge of your money now and achieve future financial freedom. Using an entertaining story to present his plan, Chilton shows you the way to fiscal good fortune, even if your current finances seem like a calamity. L.J. Ganser’s congenial narration highlights Chilton’s affable, readily accessible style.
©1998 David Barr Chilton (P)2001 Recorded Books, LLC
Yes I would. Good story, useful information, and great listening experience.
The Wealthy Barber himself. Gave a lot of useful information.
Hard to pick, he did a very good job in my opinion. Looking for more books with him.
A lot of the financial advice is useful for someone my age.
If you need to get some insight into financial matters in day to day life, read this book.
witty style of the author
This generate amusement while listening to the book
I would like to recommend this book to anybody who want to become financially stable but clueless about basic financial facts.
“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” - Albert Einstein
Amusing,that is about all!
The performance is very captivating and very well "dramatized" but nothing much to the content. Most of the data and advise presented will be very well known to you if you have read any , I mean ANY, financial advice book before.
While this book does provide great information and is very practical, I had downloaded it thinking that there was only one version available. Turns out there are two, a Canadian Edition and an American one. I thought there was only a Canadian Edition which confused me at first upon listening to it as he mentioned some very American places and topics. I let it slide at first as I just thought it was part of the Narrative; but as more and more information was given that related only to Americans I started to feel gipped off that all the useful information was slowly becoming useless to me as I am a Canadian.
As I stated previously the book has lost of great and practical information, but only if you live in the US.
This book helped me so much in my mid 20's and reviewing it again years later helped to reinforce many of the financial decisions I've made along the way.
Read years ago as a gift from my older brother. Should be required reading in our schools.
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