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Australia's Money Secrets of the Rich! Learn…
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Australia's Money Secrets of the Rich! Learn the 7 Steps to Financial… (2000)

by John R. Burley

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This is a very good book on financial management it has two versions one for Australia and one for the USA. It is not your typical money management book so you wont need a degree in accounting in order to understand it. One thing that stood out for me is that the author does goes into numerous things in relation to insurance for example and asks the reader. "Do you actually need what you are paying for?" Which is refreshing and just reminded me to cancel my funeral insurance. ( )
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