The book Rich Dad Poor Dad tells Robert's tale of growing up with two fathers: his real father and the wealthy father of his best friend, and how both of them influenced the way Robert views money and investing. The book debunks the fallacy that having a large salary is a prerequisite for wealth and outlines the distinction between working for money and having your money work for you.
From ''Rich Dad, Poor Dad, you will learn:
Reveals the misconception that you must have a big income to be wealthy and reflects poorly on the idea that your property is an asset.
Explains to parents why they should just not trust the education system to teach their children about money.
Clearly defines an asset and a liability.
Shows you how to teach your children financial lessons for their future success.