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on June 6, 2017
Great book. Very informational
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on February 17, 2014
Michelle Singletary has a wonderful instructive book that delivers a message that an uncle's rant can't deliver. I would give it to young men, but for many of them the title does not appeal to them.
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on July 26, 2014
Great book
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on September 6, 2006
I bought this book, with the interest of hearing the author's thoughts on being financially responsible. I was quite excited to learn some common-sense approaches to handling my money well. However, I returned the book after stumbling across numerous references to ultra-conservative organizations, and reading the author's tirade about how children should only be raised by both a loving mother and father.

The financial info was decent, at best. But, it was completely eclipsed by the author's thinly-veiled messages about Christianity, the greatness of the church, and how healthy kids can only be raised by both a mother and father. And, that was all within the first 20 pages!

What does any of that have to do with financial tips and advice?!
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