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The Richest Man in Babylon Kindle Edition
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The decisions and debt many go into can be avoided simply by igniting the ideas this book espouses in people's mind (especially the young).
Get this book and think of money in a way most of us were never taught.
I bought the kindle edition and the formatting was perfectly fine.
A great book to give to teenagers and young adults, in hopes they learn how to handle their money for now, and for future experiences.
I have not always been terribly fascinated by information on money, but I decided recently I needed to learn more, and assigned myself a financial reading list, filled with books that were listed on multiple web sites as being some of the best financial books out there. This book managed to take a subject I was not overly eager to tackle and make it fun.
The information provided herein is basic common sense, but it contained some good reminders, and inspired me to actually take steps to improve my own financial health. I think this book would serve as a good primer for anyone wanting to learn the basics of wise money management.
The storytelling style reminded me of the Arabian Nights.