The Wealthy Barber PDF

The Wealthy Barber PDF by David Chilton

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    About this book

    DAVID CHILTON is the president of a consulting firm that specializes in teaching financial planning techniques through employer-sponsored seminars. By combining common sense and humor, Dave has shown hundreds of thousands of people that sound financial planning is, indeed, “pretty simple stuff.” A frequent guest on national TV and radio shows, and a much sought-after speaker, Dave lives in Kitchener, Ontario, with his wife, Susan, son, Scott, daughter, Courtney, and their wonder-dog, Charley.

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    I LOVE APRIL. I WOULDN’T trade it for two of any other month. Except perhaps for October. Two Octobers would mean twice as many birthday presents—and Oktoberfests! Why April? Weather-wise, it offers neither the best of summer nor the best of winter. It certainly doesn’t provide the beauty of the fall months. Is it because, at least to poets and romantics, it symbolizes a new beginning, a kind of rebirth? No. I love April for three reasons: the National Basketball Association playoffs, the National Hockey League playoffs, and the essence of life itself—a new Major League Baseball season.
    Ah, April. Paradise on earth! Thanks to my remote control, I can sit motionless, flicking back and forth between the Pistons on NBC and the Red Wings on FOX, while listening to my beloved Tigers on WJR. When you throw in picture-in-picture and a VCR, the possibilities are endless. In addition to being professional sports’ finest hour, April also ushers in the start of the golf season and marks the return of Michigan’s fastest-growing religion: slowpitch

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