The Wealthy Barber Returns : Dramatically Older and Marginally Wiser, David Chilton Offers His Unique Perspectives on the World of Money by David Chilton

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Read The Wealthy Barber Returns : Dramatically Older and Marginally Wiser, David Chilton Offers His Unique Perspectives on the World of Money Online Free - "If you've always thought of money as a dry and dusty subject, let Dave show you just how interesting it can be. While you're at it, learn a thing or two about your personal motivation and how to point it in the right direction. And laugh your socks off, too! I thoroughly enjoyed this book!"
Gail Vaz-Oxlade, TV Host of Til Debt Do Us Part and Financial Author

"The Task Force on Financial Literacy can stop dithering. All it has to do is distribute Dave Chilton's long-awaited The Wealthy Barber Returns."
Jonathan Chevreau National Post Columnist and Author of Findependence

"Very funny. Very smart. This fast-paced journey through the world of personal finance will help a lot of people. I loved it!"
Amanda Lang, CBC Senior Business Correspondent

"A simple plan for a better financial future: Read this book. It's down to earth, fun to read and wise to all the mistakes people make in managing money."
Rob Carrick, Personal Finance Columnist, The Globe and Mail

Title : The Wealthy Barber Returns : Dramatically Older and Marginally Wiser, David Chilton Offers His Unique Perspectives on the World of Money
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ISBN : 0968394744
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Number of Pages : 224 pages


Cory rated it ★★★☆☆

August 06, 2017

There are no shocking new insights in this book, it's more like a collection of quick little essays written by someone with a lot of common sense and experience when it comes to managing money. A decent and easy read if you want a general overview of how to manage (i.e. save) your money, but don'...

Daniel rated it ★★★★★

March 10, 2018

ok. I must be a financial geek - I loved this book. A big change from his previous book is his view of mutual funds - and choosing a good fund family with good fund managers that have a good track to beat the market - it doesn't work. Get index funds as the costs of cdn mutual funds are way too hi...

Jenny rated it ★★★☆☆

December 10, 2011

I was very interested in what he'd have to say, over 20 years after "The Wealthy Barber". Not nearly as cohesive or eye-opening, but still nice to get a modern take from him. Things to remember: "I can't afford it." Save 10-15% of my gross income. Reminder: what percentage of my working-years income...

Laura (Kyahgirl) rated it ★★★★☆

January 03, 2018

3.5/5; 4 stars B+ I read David Chilton's first book, , about 25 years ago when it first came out and I was starting my career and having thoughts about a 'financial future'. A lot of his general, but sound advice, has stood me in good stead and, although I read lots of other people's books too,...

Kayla rated it ★★★★☆

May 23, 2017

I've always liked David Chilton ever since watching him on Dragon's Den. I bought this book ages ago but haven't read it until now. For a Canadian who is new to personal finance and financial concepts, and doesn't really know where to begin with their own finances, this is a perfect book to intro...

Jason rated it ★★★★☆

September 22, 2011

I really liked this book. I didn't give it a 5, because it just didn't hook me like the original wealthy barber did. I loved the first half, but the last half where he gives his more random thoughts was sub par. The topics were excellent, the advice current and helpful. I especially like his thought...

Louise rated it ★☆☆☆☆

December 19, 2012

Maybe The Wealthy Barber was a better read, but I didn't read it and instead jumped into this "sequel." The financial advice ranged from stupidly simple to doesnt-apply-to-me-I'm-not-Canadian. That wouldn't have been as bad, but Chilton tries to be funny in his writing. He's about as funny as a s...

Mustapha rated it ★★★☆☆

January 13, 2018

This isn't so much a book on investing; it;s more like a guide to Canadian financial planning. Although guide wouldn't be the best word either, because this is mostly just a discussion of many different possibilities and actions. This would've have been a Godsend a few years earlier, any young Ca...

Oliver rated it ★★★☆☆

February 07, 2018

I have not read the prequel and I have prior experience researching personal finance (TFSA, RRSP, ETFs, credit cards, Ledger CLI, Canadian Couch Potato, Antifragile). I found the first half of the book really boring from a technical side although it was amusing. I think it is effective to really d...

Mike rated it ★★★☆☆

April 10, 2014

I thought that the book was OK. I have read other finance books with better information and a plan on how to not only get out debt but also to plan for my retirement. The chapter called "A Borrowed Approach to Borrowing" almost made me stop reading the book only 25% into the book. He suggested th...

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