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on March 09, 2012 :
My first attempt at a review resembled damning with faint praise. It depends on your perspective. If you are reasonably competent with your money then you won't find much new here except a pep-talk. If on the other hand you think second mortgages and carrying debt on your credit card are good ideas, then you should definately read this.
I found it more philosophical than technical. This book makes you ask yourself: What do you actually need and how much of your life are you willing to spend to get it? It also includes a basic look at passive investing which takes far less time and effort than most people realize.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)