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'New York Times' authors of the 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' series reveal their financial advice to teenagers. 'New York Times' authors of the 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' series reveal their financial advice to teenagers.


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'New York Times' authors of the 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' series reveal their financial advice to teenagers. 'New York Times' authors of the 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' series reveal their financial advice to teenagers.

30 review for Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens: The Secrets About Money - That You Don't Learn in School!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    Every teenager should read this. How important is it to learn about avoiding credit cards like the plague? How important is it to learn about compound interest? How important is it to learn about investing in real estate which out weighs any other asset class hands down, 100 to 1, 10000 to 1! What your children are learning or not learning about investing at an early age will to a great degree not only affect them financially, but emotionally, even spiritually. It's a sin and a damn shame that a Every teenager should read this. How important is it to learn about avoiding credit cards like the plague? How important is it to learn about compound interest? How important is it to learn about investing in real estate which out weighs any other asset class hands down, 100 to 1, 10000 to 1! What your children are learning or not learning about investing at an early age will to a great degree not only affect them financially, but emotionally, even spiritually. It's a sin and a damn shame that a solid financial education is not provided by schools or financial institutions. What our kids aren't learning may kill them, literally. This is a MUST READ!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I am a YA librarian and have been trying to develop our teen finance collection, so read this book to gain a little perspective on what is out there. I am sure it may be helpful for some teens, but I'm only giving it one star because I find the information vague, overly simplified (even for teen readers!), and presenting a very narrow perspective. On the plus side, the author's voice is very encouraging and not pretentious, so some kids may find that appealing. I am a YA librarian and have been trying to develop our teen finance collection, so read this book to gain a little perspective on what is out there. I am sure it may be helpful for some teens, but I'm only giving it one star because I find the information vague, overly simplified (even for teen readers!), and presenting a very narrow perspective. On the plus side, the author's voice is very encouraging and not pretentious, so some kids may find that appealing.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leitor Nerd

    Yes, I read a book for teens, because finances isn’t a subject I’m used to, so I wanted something that had an accessible language. This book has great didactics and good teaching, but I thought it could have gone deeper into the subjects covered. Some things are incompatible for those living in emerging countries and more ideal for residents of developed countries, and it is very simple for teens and more ideal for children. I think it is very important for everyone to have a consistent financial Yes, I read a book for teens, because finances isn’t a subject I’m used to, so I wanted something that had an accessible language. This book has great didactics and good teaching, but I thought it could have gone deeper into the subjects covered. Some things are incompatible for those living in emerging countries and more ideal for residents of developed countries, and it is very simple for teens and more ideal for children. I think it is very important for everyone to have a consistent financial education but find another author. After reading this book, I wanted to know more about the author and found out that he wrote two books with Trump, and during one of the interviews I watched, he says he's an admirer of the current US president. This was the first and last book I read from Mr. Kiyosaki.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bookworm Amir

    The book can be read quickly - most of the time it is giving specific examples (stories) of how his theories have been applied. First I must say that the book truly is inspirational - why a smart man may not be smart at all if he knows nothing of financial intelligence - and made me see how less I knew of it. Secondly the rules are so simple - yet so hard. There are diagrams in it that will help ease understanding. Thirdly - this is the book that my current entrepreneurial friends have told me tha The book can be read quickly - most of the time it is giving specific examples (stories) of how his theories have been applied. First I must say that the book truly is inspirational - why a smart man may not be smart at all if he knows nothing of financial intelligence - and made me see how less I knew of it. Secondly the rules are so simple - yet so hard. There are diagrams in it that will help ease understanding. Thirdly - this is the book that my current entrepreneurial friends have told me that helped sparked their business. I have started small, and started saving because of this book. I wished I had read this book when I was younger, and thankfully, I am still considered young...I guess. Is it a good read? No, my friend. It is a must read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jodi

    My oldest boy is so interested in money... We are reading this together and he is learning what he needs to.. to get ahead of the game!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Andie

    I really really liked this book. It was enjoyable to read and taught me a great deal about how to always look for opportunities and how to THINK about money. We have even started playing CASHFLOW the game and are loving it. Highly recommend both this book and the CASHFLOW game.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Christian

    I should have read this book when my mom gave it to me way back when... but, i didnt. It was for a younger audience than for me but it was still nice to start my financial life off at the most basic building blocks :) It has some helpful basics on how to save, the types of income and financial statements. The only part I absolutely hated was chapter seven because all it was was an advertisement for the authors other financial gimmicks... so skip that chapter... and read this book when you are 12 I should have read this book when my mom gave it to me way back when... but, i didnt. It was for a younger audience than for me but it was still nice to start my financial life off at the most basic building blocks :) It has some helpful basics on how to save, the types of income and financial statements. The only part I absolutely hated was chapter seven because all it was was an advertisement for the authors other financial gimmicks... so skip that chapter... and read this book when you are 12.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Prashant

    I have given 4 stars to it b'coz I just love the lesson by Robert Kiyosaki though if you have read the original 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' then I would say there is not much of new wisdom in this book. However, if you have a child then it's a perfect gift if you really believe in Robert Kiyosaki principals because I can assure you, the book is going to make an impact. My favorite lesson is: Don't work for the money but work for the learning. Great book to read and enjoy a weekend. I have given 4 stars to it b'coz I just love the lesson by Robert Kiyosaki though if you have read the original 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' then I would say there is not much of new wisdom in this book. However, if you have a child then it's a perfect gift if you really believe in Robert Kiyosaki principals because I can assure you, the book is going to make an impact. My favorite lesson is: Don't work for the money but work for the learning. Great book to read and enjoy a weekend.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Paul Sidwell

    Full of information for teenagers to start a REAL education on money and how it works. I read it as a father of 11, 8, and 6 year olds who are interested in learning about money and of course, how to make it!

  10. 4 out of 5

    David Schor

    Seems like a terribly rushed rebranding of his book targeted at raising kids. If you are a teen and want to learn. Buy the one for kids instead. It will teach you more and will not seem like rushed secondhand filler.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia K

    Might be good for like an 8-12 year old but I think it's way too simple for "teens" Might be good for like an 8-12 year old but I think it's way too simple for "teens"

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ejayen

    Not deep enough, but interesting.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mik Lugay

    Robert really is milking his ideas about and for money. Although it's a good book, It's literally 90% just like the OG book rich dad poor dad. 90%! If you've read the OG book, you'll get nothing new from here, maybe just little details, but overall this book is basically the same as Robert's other books. Robert really is milking his ideas about and for money. Although it's a good book, It's literally 90% just like the OG book rich dad poor dad. 90%! If you've read the OG book, you'll get nothing new from here, maybe just little details, but overall this book is basically the same as Robert's other books.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alex Robb

    Over 50% of business fail in the first 4-5 year of being open. This book is about how to make your business be successful and become a great business person. The book tells about how to make passive income and not to have a lot of liabilities. Another thing this book tells about the journey of Robert Kiyosaki and how he made it big. It tells the hardships he endured in creating a business. I have read some of this book before and here is a little about him. Robert Kiyosaki is the author of Rich Over 50% of business fail in the first 4-5 year of being open. This book is about how to make your business be successful and become a great business person. The book tells about how to make passive income and not to have a lot of liabilities. Another thing this book tells about the journey of Robert Kiyosaki and how he made it big. It tells the hardships he endured in creating a business. I have read some of this book before and here is a little about him. Robert Kiyosaki is the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad. He is a multi-millionaire with many awards including a #1 best seller book. He is the founder of the Rich Dad Company that gives finance and business advice through books and videos. This book is a nonfiction business book. Some of the people that might like this book would probably be anyone that like a business and like to learn how to sell. This book is about how to run and grow a business and how to get other people to want to help you run your business. I think why Robert Kiyosaki wrote this is because he wants to help other people grow in intelligence and grow in success. I think he wanted to show other people how to become successful and grow a business the right way instead of growing it the wrong way and letting it fail. The main theme that is in this book is business. This book is about how to work in thing better and how to start a business. This book is about how to find the best way for you to learn and grow. The book has some great thing about business and how to grow a company. The theme(business) really stands out in the first two chapters and keeps you in the book. This author's style is like telling a life story. This author tells how he grew up and what he learned to make him successful and make it big. I have read this other books by him and he talks in the same way. He tells how he learned to make money and how to work hard. Talks a lot about how he lead to think not like the normal person, how to think like a business owner. The author gives a great job of keeping to what he is saying and staying on topic. The author supports his argument with life experiences and other books. The main point of the book is business and how to make passive income. He tells a lot about how to be the best. This book I have heard from so many other people that own business and they say that is it one of the best books to read while you’re young and learn how to run or create a successful business. I have read other great business books and this book has surpassed them all just because of all the information that he gives you. I would give this book rating of five stars because it gives you so much information about business and how to become a great business person.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Miguel

    Pitiful. A waste of money.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Russell

    Great book! I gave it five stars because It Taught me about assets and liabilities and things I never really knew, but was curious about. This book is going to help me financially and just in everyday life. I recommend it to anyone who is in debt, or anyone who wants to be rich(which should be everyone). I hope this book helps people the same way it helped me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    JO

    A condensed version of the original Rich Dad Poor Dad book, with summarised key points and helpful things to note about money. A great beginner book on finance and having a different attitude towards money. Robert encourages readers to be resourceful, look out for business ideas and get a job to start earning money.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    Overall the book was exciting and informative. It was fascinating to see how a child of a poor man could reach wealth due to financial lessons. However, the author was promising to tell you something but didn't give you the exact and complete answer. Besides, some "lessons" were too simple, and you don't necessarily need to read the book to get that information. Overall the book was exciting and informative. It was fascinating to see how a child of a poor man could reach wealth due to financial lessons. However, the author was promising to tell you something but didn't give you the exact and complete answer. Besides, some "lessons" were too simple, and you don't necessarily need to read the book to get that information.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Casey Thompson

    Loved it! I bought this for my 17 year old granddaughter who has always had and entrepreneurial mind since she was very young. I read it first and learned a lot so now decided to get one for my kids who are in their twenties. Then on to the big people books!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sean R_C2

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A book like no other. It teaches you about the financial world, something that you won't even learn about in school- college included. He brought me on an amazing journey by talking about his childhood and his experiences from his mentor, Rich Dad(also known as Mike's Dad). I learned about: the financial statement, cashflow, assets, liabilities, and how the rich will usually earn less money than the middle class, but would invest more than save. They would acquire more assets, instead of acquiri A book like no other. It teaches you about the financial world, something that you won't even learn about in school- college included. He brought me on an amazing journey by talking about his childhood and his experiences from his mentor, Rich Dad(also known as Mike's Dad). I learned about: the financial statement, cashflow, assets, liabilities, and how the rich will usually earn less money than the middle class, but would invest more than save. They would acquire more assets, instead of acquiring more liabilities. Robert told me the exact opposite of what schools would tell you, which changed me, and surprised me. He said "Playing games(board games)like monopoly helps people learn more than reading textbooks. Apart from finance, he says that everyone is born a "genius". If you are great with sports, that means that your physical IQ is high. If you are good with talking, your interpersonal IQ is high. That way of thinking SHOULD be the way everyone thinks. I feel like this book is the key to being FREE. It might seem like you don't need to care now, but after you leave college, you will need financial knowledge. Whether it is getting your first mortgage with the FHA, or even financing your first car, you will need the knowledge. With the knowledge, you can be free. Being free, means being rich. I have found this book to be the most informational book in recent memories. If you want to be free, acquire your own assets, and be on top of everyone else, then this book is the key to get you STARTED UP!!!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Warren

    I'd be the first to tell you that I'm terrible with money. I also hate books that are mostly filler garbage that the author used to pad their manuscript so publisher's might pick it up. That's why this book is so good. It was written for teens. While I'm sure it didn't touch on more complex financial topics, what it offers is a fantastic day of principles that anyone can implement into their financial life (if that's a thing). This book was not really written for someone like me. I'm more like th I'd be the first to tell you that I'm terrible with money. I also hate books that are mostly filler garbage that the author used to pad their manuscript so publisher's might pick it up. That's why this book is so good. It was written for teens. While I'm sure it didn't touch on more complex financial topics, what it offers is a fantastic day of principles that anyone can implement into their financial life (if that's a thing). This book was not really written for someone like me. I'm more like the poor dad in this book. I have enough and money isn't a big motivator for me. That said, even if you're like me, there's good stuff here. While I'm only giving it a 3-star rating (meaning that I liked it), I very much do recommend that just about anyone give it a read. It's concise, and after reading it, if the topic really grabs you, go on and read one of his other books. I think it will do you some good.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Wit Miller

    This book is about the author, Robert T. Kiyosaki, who has 2 dads. One is his real dad, who he refers to as "poor dad." This other is a friend's father, who he refers to as "rich dad." Poor dad doesn't like to talk about money, and struggles to make enough of it. Rich dad has lots of money, and thinks it is a necessity. Rich dad was Roberts mentor from a young child, and taught him how to be successful and wealthy in life. Robert then teaches the reader some of these tips, and tips he has learne This book is about the author, Robert T. Kiyosaki, who has 2 dads. One is his real dad, who he refers to as "poor dad." This other is a friend's father, who he refers to as "rich dad." Poor dad doesn't like to talk about money, and struggles to make enough of it. Rich dad has lots of money, and thinks it is a necessity. Rich dad was Roberts mentor from a young child, and taught him how to be successful and wealthy in life. Robert then teaches the reader some of these tips, and tips he has learned through his own successful career and life. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to be educated on money. He teaches you to understand money, and be wealthy in life, so anyone who wants this knowledge should read this book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Deepak Madhyastha

    This is the book for everyone who wants to achieve financial independence smartly. Author has put it across that it is important to learn tricks and trade of the market instead of sitting and study some formula. The way author describes how people are getting into rat race is really good. There are a lot of quotable lines in the books. I like the below lines: You don’t need to earn a high income to be rich. Rich people make money work for them unlike the poor and the middle-class work for money. "Th This is the book for everyone who wants to achieve financial independence smartly. Author has put it across that it is important to learn tricks and trade of the market instead of sitting and study some formula. The way author describes how people are getting into rat race is really good. There are a lot of quotable lines in the books. I like the below lines: You don’t need to earn a high income to be rich. Rich people make money work for them unlike the poor and the middle-class work for money. "The rich focus on their asset columns while everyone else focuses on their income statements."

  24. 5 out of 5

    J. Amill Santiago

    Sweet and short. Virtually all teenagers could benefit from reading this book. The whole idea of discerning what is an asset and what is a liability combined with what I call the Cuban Principle is worth the price of the book. According to Mark Cuban and Robert Kiyosaki, you should strife to work to learn, instead of aiming to work to merely earn money. This would put you in a position in which you're not just getting paid to work, but getting paid to lear—and later on, apply that new knowledge Sweet and short. Virtually all teenagers could benefit from reading this book. The whole idea of discerning what is an asset and what is a liability combined with what I call the Cuban Principle is worth the price of the book. According to Mark Cuban and Robert Kiyosaki, you should strife to work to learn, instead of aiming to work to merely earn money. This would put you in a position in which you're not just getting paid to work, but getting paid to lear—and later on, apply that new knowledge into an entrepreneurial venture. Of course, though, you need to decide carefully what kind of job would have the potential to do this.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michael Quinones

    I rate this book, Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teen, by Robert Kiyosaki, 5 stars for a various amount of reasons. The moral of this book is to help teens/ the reader, learn how to make a quick buck and stay financially stable and confident, ready for the future that awaits. This book helped me personally for several reasons, one, being a teenager. Another reason on why it's helped is because I do personally find an interest in the basics of investing and making money, and because of this book it inspir I rate this book, Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teen, by Robert Kiyosaki, 5 stars for a various amount of reasons. The moral of this book is to help teens/ the reader, learn how to make a quick buck and stay financially stable and confident, ready for the future that awaits. This book helped me personally for several reasons, one, being a teenager. Another reason on why it's helped is because I do personally find an interest in the basics of investing and making money, and because of this book it inspired me to continue striving towards this interest.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    4/5 💲 to “Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens”. That Business English student I told you about who I would lend this book to... he had already read it and enjoyed it. 😊 So this is a keeper for now. I’m really lousy with my own money. What I’ve reflected on: I want to learn more about investments in assets, choose mentors and/or coaches, be more responsible with spending (books not included 😅), choose savings with better interest, donate frequently (which I already do), sell objects that I don’t need.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Matheus

    This book is really good for any teenager who wants to learn about money. It teaches you about money, which is a topic most people don't talk about. It will give teenagers a good head start on their financial education. Most people will only learn the lessons told in this book late in live, or they will maybe never learn it at all. This book is really good for any teenager who wants to learn about money. It teaches you about money, which is a topic most people don't talk about. It will give teenagers a good head start on their financial education. Most people will only learn the lessons told in this book late in live, or they will maybe never learn it at all.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Maluck

    Recycles most of the material from the original Rich Dad Poor Dad. Dials down the condescension and sharkish opportunism, leans more on encouragement and making connections. The narration also makes sure to reign in any absolutist advice. The tone-deaf chapter on BUY MY MONEY GAMES should have been limited to a promotional page in the very back. An overall improvement, but still not very good.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Zhe Ren

    A must-read & quick-read for teens to develop financial intelligence! Though I bought this version by mistake (should have bought the thicker one for adults..) and I've come across similar ideas in different scenarios, the ideas that 'work to learn', 'get a mentor to play professionally', 'assets vs liability' and 'choose the person you spend most time with wisely' are still refreshing to me. A must-read & quick-read for teens to develop financial intelligence! Though I bought this version by mistake (should have bought the thicker one for adults..) and I've come across similar ideas in different scenarios, the ideas that 'work to learn', 'get a mentor to play professionally', 'assets vs liability' and 'choose the person you spend most time with wisely' are still refreshing to me.

  30. 4 out of 5

    G____ Goshin

    Quick read that really gets the noggin going. Very general, but provides some seeds for you to plant. Shout out to my girlfriend for recommending it to me, because I originally had a bias to not read books like this but keeping an open mind has given me a lot. Give it a read, it's good. Quick read that really gets the noggin going. Very general, but provides some seeds for you to plant. Shout out to my girlfriend for recommending it to me, because I originally had a bias to not read books like this but keeping an open mind has given me a lot. Give it a read, it's good.

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