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The Millionaire Next Door
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By Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko

If you aspire to be wealthy or to instill good habits in your kids, this book is a classic. After 20 years of study, the authors conclude that the vast majority of America's wealthy are unpretentious folk who work hard (frequently as proprietors of "dirty fingernail" or "blue collar" businesses) and save money by living modestly. With patience and discipline, building wealth is within the grasp of the average person. This book is factual and incisive. This reviewer's experience in the high net worth client division at a major Wall Street firm confirms the book's conclusions and prescriptions.

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