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The Richest Man in Babylon

 by George S. Clason A classic read which should be studied by all beginning from childhood on up. This book, through the use of parables, teaches the fundamentals of creating relationships in life and the wealth which results from those relationships. Starting with the principle of saving and moving quickly on to savings’ second …

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Thou Shall Prosper

Ten Commandments for Making Money by Rabbi Daniel Lapin Thou Shall Prosper, is either at the top or very near the top of my favorites of the books I have read and studied on money, finance and economics. Rabbi Lapin dispels the lies and supplies the truth for anybody looking to become wealthier in this …

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Economics in One Lesson

The Shortest and Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics by Henry Hazlitt First published in 1946 and then republished in 1962 and 1979, Hazlitt’s definitive work has been lauded by thousands as the unsurpassed primer on economics. Hazlitt’s premise is boldly contained in his classic “one sentence” found in Chapter One and it goes like …

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The Pirates of Manhattan

Systematically Plundering the American Consumer and How to Protect Against It and The Pirates of Manhattan II Highway to Serfdom The Hijacking of America’s Savings by Barry Dyke Both volumes of The Pirates of Manhattan are some of the most powerful documentaries on why Americans are losing their ability to produce and retain the wealth …

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Becoming Your Own Banker

Unlock the Infinite Banking Concept Fifth Edition by R. Nelson Nash This is the classic work which made the Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) an internet buzz word. Becoming Your Own Banker is a quick and easy read and provides an understanding of the history of why the concept of participating whole life insurance can be …

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Building Your Warehouse of Wealth

A Grassroots Method of Avoiding Fractional Reserve Banking—Think About it! by R. Nelson Nash The second work of the author who made the terms, “IBC, the Infinite Banking Concept” and “Becoming your own Banker” and “BYOB” such common search words on the internet today. For those who have never had the privilege of attending a …

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Bank On Yourself

by Pamela Yellen A well written manuscript discussing the concept of Becoming Your Own Banker as first named and discussed by R. Nelson Nash in his book with the same name. Yellen provides historical examples of real people who have implemented the concept of what she calls B.O.Y., the acronym for Bank On Yourself, by …

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A Path to Financial Peace of Mind

by Dwayne Burnell, MBA Burnell’s work has been praised for his delineated plan for his daughter’s financial future and rightfully so. But I recommend A Path to Financial Peace of Mind to those who would benefit from fully fathoming what financial risk is all about. There isn’t a work available to my knowledge which exposes …

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Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?

by Richard J. Maybury The first in a series of books written by Maybury on the basic concepts of economics and historical events which affect our daily living habits and lifestyles, Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? is a book that has been acclaimed by former US Secretary of the Treasury, William Simon, John Taylor Gatto, …

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The Money Mystery

by Richard J. Maybury If you have not been exposed to Richard Maybury and his Uncle Eric letters written to his nephew Chris, then you’re in for a treat. Simple but profound, Uncle Eric teaches on a level for both the young and old alike. His economics and history lessons are great fundamentals which are …

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